JSON Schemas are available for the following {0} files:

Auto completion

JSON schema auto completion In supported JSON editors like Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, schema files can offer auto-completion and validation to make sure your JSON document is correct.

See a list of editors, validators and other software supporting JSON schemas.

Tooltips

JSON schema tooltip When a JSON editor supports schemas, tooltips can help inform the user about the various properties and values.

Public API

Public API for JSON Schemas The JSON API contains a list of JSON Schema files for known JSON file formats. Each schema file can be used in tooling such as command line validators, editor auto-completion etc.

The API exposes metadata about each schema in the following format:

{
  "name": "bower.json",
  "description": "Bower package description file",
  "fileMatch": [ "bower.json", ".bower.json" ],
  "url": "http://schemastore.org/schemas/json/bower"
}

name, description and url are all required properties.
The url property is an absolute URI pointing to the schema. It can be hosted anywhere on the web.
The fileMatch property is for specifying what known file names corresponds with the schema. This property is optional since not all JSON formats enforce a specific file name.

Contribute

Hosted on GitHub The goal of this API is to include schemas for all commonly known JSON file formats. To do that we encourage contributions in terms of new schemas, modifications and test files.

SchemaStore.org is owned by the community and we have yet to turn down a pull request. Even if you're new to JSON Schemas, please submit new schemas anyway. We have many contributors that will help turn the schemas into perfection.