ReportBody.toJSON()

Experimental: This is an experimental technology
Check the Browser compatibility table carefully before using this in production.

The toJSON() method of the ReportBody interface is a serializer, and returns a JSON representation of the ReportBody object.

Syntax

toJSON()

Parameters

None.

Return value

A JSON object that is the serialization of the ReportBody object.

Examples

In this example we create a new ReportingObserver to observe intervention reports, then return a JSON representation of the first entry. The report, and therefore the JSON object returned will be an instance of InterventionReportBody which inherits from ReportBody.

let options = {
  types: ['intervention'],
  buffered: true
}

let observer = new ReportingObserver(function(reports, observer) {
  let firstReport = reports[0];
  console.log(firstReport.toJSON());
}, options);

Specifications

Specification
Reporting API
# dom-reportbody-tojson

Browser compatibility

This feature is not yet available by default in any released browser. It can be activated in Firefox by setting dom_reporting_enabled to true and in Chrome if you enable this experimental feature.