Convert JSON data to XML format effortlessly. Transform your JSON documents into structured XML files with this convenient converter.


Converting JSON to XML involves transforming JSON data into XML format. This process is useful when you need to work with JSON data in systems that require XML or when you want to take advantage of XML-based tools and technologies.

Here are the steps to convert JSON to XML:

  1. Parse JSON Data: Start by parsing the JSON data into a structured format that can be easily manipulated.

  2. Define XML Schema: Determine the XML schema that best represents the structure of the JSON data. This involves defining the XML elements and attributes based on the JSON keys and values.

  3. Create XML Document: Using the XML schema, create an XML document that mirrors the structure of the JSON data.

  4. Populate XML Document: Traverse the JSON data and populate the corresponding elements and attributes in the XML document.

  5. Output XML: Serialize the XML document into a string representation or write it to a file.

Uses of JSON to XML Conversion:

  • Integration with XML Systems: Convert JSON data to XML format to integrate with systems that use XML, such as web services, databases, and messaging protocols.
  • Interoperability: JSON to XML conversion facilitates interoperability between systems that communicate using different data formats.
  • Transformation: Convert JSON data to XML to leverage XML-based technologies and tools for data processing, validation, and transformation.

Example Inputs and Outputs:

  1. Input JSON:

    { "person": { "name": "John Doe", "age": 30, "city": "New York" }}

    Output XML:

    <person> <name>John Doe</name> <age>30</age> <city>New York</city></person>
  2. Input JSON:

    { "employees": [ {"name": "Alice", "department": "HR"}, {"name": "Bob", "department": "Engineering"} ]}

    Output XML:

    <employees> <employee> <name>Alice</name> <department>HR</department> </employee> <employee> <name>Bob</name> <department>Engineering</department> </employee></employees>
  3. Input JSON:

    [ {"id": 1, "name": "Product A", "price": 100}, {"id": 2, "name": "Product B", "price": 200}]

    Output XML:

    <products> <product> <id>1</id> <name>Product A</name> <price>100</price> </product> <product> <id>2</id> <name>Product B</name> <price>200</price> </product></products>

In these examples, the JSON data is transformed into XML format, maintaining the structure and content of the original JSON data. This allows the XML data to be processed, validated, and integrated with XML-based systems and tools.

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