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rdflib v0.20.1

an RDF library for node.js. Suitable for client and server side.

rdflib.js

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Javascript RDF library for browsers and Node.js.

  • Reads and writes RDF/XML, Turtle and N3; Reads RDFa and JSON-LD
  • Read/Write Linked Data client, using WebDav or SPARQL/Update
  • Local API for querying a store
  • Compatible with RDFJS task force spec
  • SPARQL queries (not full SPARQL)
  • Smushing of nodes from owl:sameAs, and owl:{f,inverseF}unctionProperty
  • Tracks provenance of triples keeps metadata (in RDF) from HTTP accesses

Documentation

See:

for more information.

Install

npm install

Generate the dist directory

npm run build:browser

Node.js

Make sure you have Node.js and Node Package Manager (npm) installed.

npm install --save rdflib

Contribute

Subdirectories

  • dist: Where the bundled libraries are built. Run npm run build to generate them.
  • test: Tests are here.
  • lib: Transpiled, non-bundled library is built here when the library is published to npm.

Dependencies

- XMLHTTPRequest (Node.js version)

Thanks

Thanks to the many contributors who have been involved along the way. LinkedData team & TimBL

LICENSE

MIT

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