In this stream, we start work on building a new Angular application called Excel to JSON. First we use the Indigo.Design App Builder to generate all the Angular code for our app that was designed in the App Builder. The we start with implementing the Angular file upload functionality. We want to allow uploading both CSV and XLSX (Excel) files. In this stream we focus only on the CSV file. The next step is to parse the CSV file to JSON. This is pretty easy and we complete it relatively quickly. Finally, we add the Monaco editor to our Angular app and display the JSON code in the editor.

You can get the code from this repo: https://github.com/brianlagunas/excel2json

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