Warm welcome! Here you can get to know JCI by trying it out.

To the right of this text, you should see the block settings. If not, just click on this text here.
The block of the free JCI plugin includes this example: With it, you can familiarize yourself with the JCI plugin.
On the right side, a sample URL is automatically inserted:
Similarly, a sample template that matches the JSON delivered by the sample URL is entered in the template box (edit it in the template box):
hello: {hello}<br> {exampledate}: {exampledate:datetime,"d.m.Y, H:i:s",0}<br> {exampletimestamp}: {exampletimestamp:datetime,"d.m.Y, H:i:s",10}<br> {subloop:level1:-1} start: {level1.start}<br> {subloop-array:level1.level2:-1} level2: {level1.level2.key} <br>{subloop:level1.level2.data:-1} id: {level1.level2.data.id}, type: {level1.level2.data.type}<br> {/subloop:level1.level2.data} {/subloop-array:level1.level2} {/subloop:level1}
By merging the JSON and this template, we obtain the output. Feel free to experiment with this example.
By clicking on “Create JCI-Template for JSON”, the template is automatically regenerated based on the JSON.
Here’s a suggestion: Please insert “level1” into the basenode field.
You will notice a change in the output, as the JSON and the template will no longer align.
The “basenode” value indicates the point from which to begin utilizing the JSON.
Therefore, we need another template. By selecting “Create JCI-Template for JSON”, such a template will be created and populated into the template box. Then, by hitting “Try template”, the JSON (starting from the node) and the newly created template will be merged and displayed.
You may also open the lower right “JCI Advanced”-section.
Enter “bb” in the field labeled “One of these words must be displayed:” and input the number “3” into the field for “JSON-depth of the above displayed Words:”. Can you immediately spot the difference?