Microsoft PowerShell

The data from DataForNerds can be brought into PowerShell as a Custom Object using the Invoke-RestMethod command and passing it the JSON URL as the uri parameter. For example:

$d4n = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri ""

The resulting object typically have two properties:

DataForNerdsMetadata containing at least the information about the last time the content was updated (LastUpdatedUTC property) and where we got the information from (SourceList property).
DataThe actual data you’re looking for.

To view the data in PowerShell, output the data property. For example:

$d4n = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri ""
$d4n.Data | Format-Table -AutoSize

You can use the Data property like any other array of objects in PowerShell. It can be viewed, sorted, queried, exported, etc.