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seki - Seki is middleware/a front-end for connecting to an independent SPARQL server using node.js

  •    Javascript

It operates as a Web server, building queries from HTTP requests (from a browser or another service) and passing them to the SPARQL server, formatting the results (to HTML, JSON...) and passing them back to the client. Warning - so far Seki is very experimental/incomplete, don't expect anything to work out of the box. (It is under active development, so watch this space and/or @danja on Twitter.

mashlib - solid-compatible data mashup library and Data Browser

  •    CSS

The mashlib (mashlib.js) is a solid-compatible data mashup library. One major use of it is as a data browser for a personal data store. The mashlib human interface is read-write: where the user is allowed to edit: it lets them edit the data and create new things. It is live, in that often the data browser signed up (using a websocket) for any changes which other users make, so users' screens are synchronized.

solid-client - Javascript client library for Solid applications

  •    Javascript

The solid client can be used by solid applications that run in the browser or on Node.js. A minified UMD bundle is provided along with the regular set of CommonJS modules. See the installation docs for more installation examples.

solid-panes - A set of core solid-compatible apps based on solid-ui

  •    Javascript

These are a set of interlinked applications, or parts of applications, which called 'panes' -- as in parts of a window. A pane displays a data object of certain class using part of the window. They don't tile like window panes necessarily, but one pane can involve other panes to display objects related to the main object, in all kinds of creative ways. You can give the sub-pane a bit of HTML DOM element to work in, and the data object, and it does the rest. You can explicitly invoke a specific sub-pane, or you can just provide a DOM element to contain it, ask the pane system to pick the appropriate pane. It does this by calling each potential pane in order with the object, and asking whether it want to. Typically the pane chosen is the most specific pane, so typically a hand-written user interface will be chosen over a generic machine-generated one.




solid-ui - User Interface widgets and utilities for Solid

  •    Javascript

These are HTML5 widgets which connect to a solid store. Building blocks for solid-based apps. The level of support for this varies.

shacl-check - A subset of the SHACL checking functionality.

  •    Javascript

A subset of the SHACL checking functionality. Written as a way of reviewing the document.

solid-recursive-copy - Recursively copy resources across web sites which are solid-compatible

  •    Javascript

Load directory ("LDP Contaners") files, and copy them and their contents to another website. Designed for in-browser use, in a web app, or on command line node.js use.

linkeddata-trivia - Auto-generated trivia questions based on DBPedia data.

  •    Javascript

Originally I got inspired by this recent post on HackerNews, where alex_g has built a quiz, which automatically generates questions from Wikipedia articles using natural language processing (NLP). However, I found the results not that satisfying, yet, and decides to build my own dynamic quiz. Instead of NLP processing I decided to use Linked Data as a base for generating questions. More precisely I'm using the DBPedia knowledge base to retreive fact information from, which mostly originates in Wikipedia articles as well. The data is structured as an RDF graph and can be queried using SPARQL. Despite from the official DBPedia SPARQL endpoint this little proof-of-concept-like app uses another webservice, kit-lod16-knowledge-panel, which I developed in the context of the Linked Open Data seminar at university. It is responsible for ranking RDF properties for specific RDF entities by relevance in order to decide, which one to display to an end-user (or include to a quiz). Available HERE (may be down or unstable).






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