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create - Midgard Create, a generic web editing interface for any CMS

  •    Javascript

Create, from the Midgard Project, is a comprehensive web editing interface for Content Management Systems. It is designed to provide a modern, fully browser-based HTML5 environment for managing content. Create can be adapted to work on almost any content management backend.Create.js is built on top of VIE, the semantic interaction library powered by Backbone.js. The widgets in Create.js itself are done with the jQuery UI tools.

html5.vim - HTML5 omnicomplete and syntax

  •    Vim

HTML5 + inline SVG omnicomplete function, indent and syntax for Vim. Based on the default htmlcomplete.vim. This plugin contributes to vim-polyglot language pack.

VIE - Semantic Interaction Framework for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

VIE is a utility library for implementing decoupled Content Management systems. VIE is developed as part of the EU-funded IKS project.VIE development is now targeting a 2.0 release. Read this blog post to find out the changes from VIE 1.0. There is also a good introductory post on VIE on the IKS blog.

dokieli - :bulb: dokieli is a clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions

  •    Javascript

dokieli is a decentralised article authoring, annotation, and social notification tool which works from Web browsers. It is built with the following principles in mind: freedom of expression, decentralisation, interoperability. See the growing list of examples in the wild. Add the URLs of your articles or interactions to the list.

rdflib.js - Linked Data API for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Javascript RDF library for browsers and Node.js. See Tutorial for using rdflib.js for more information.

extruct - Extract embedded metadata from HTML markup

  •    Python

extruct is a library for extracting embedded metadata from HTML markup. It also has a built-in HTTP server to test its output as JSON.

jsonld-cli - JSON-LD command line interface tool

  •    Javascript

This module provides a command line tool jsonld to manipulate JSON-LD data. It is written in JavaScript for node.js and uses the jsonld.js and jsonld-request. Inputs can be from stdin, URLs, or files. The command above will read in a PaySwarm Asset and Listing in RDFa 1.0 format, convert it to JSON-LD expanded form, compact it using the 'https://w3id.org/payswarm/v1' context, and dump it out to the console in compacted form.

jsonld-request - LIbrary to load JSON-LD from stdin, URLs, or files.

  •    Javascript

This JavaScript node.js library is used to read data from stdin, URLs, or files and convert to JSON-LD via jsonld.js. It can process JSON-LD in JSON and RDFa in HTML and output JSON-LD.

xapi-profiles - A set of documents addressing the structure of and supporting services for xAPI Profiles

  •    Python

This is a companion specification to the core xAPI Specification that addresses the structure and supporting services for xAPI Profiles. A profile is the human and/or machine-readable documentation of application-specific concepts, statement patterns, extensions, and statement templates used when implementing xAPI in a particular context. In a nutshell, a profile documents the vocabulary concepts, extensions, statement templates, and patterns that are required for xAPI to be implemented consistently for a specific use case. A profile empowers designers and developers to establish a controlled, domain-specific vocabulary and determine what data should be captured/stored and reported on. In other words, a profile really is the blueprint for a successful, semantically interoperable xAPI implementation.

node-htmlmetaparser - A `htmlparser2` handler for parsing rich metadata from HTML

  •    TypeScript

A htmlparser2 handler for parsing rich metadata from HTML. Includes HTML metadata, JSON-LD, RDFa, microdata, OEmbed, Twitter cards and AppLinks. Please note: No HTTP requests are made by htmlmetaparser. You must decide what you want to retrieve by traversing the alternate array and making requests manually (E.g. external JSON-LD documents, RDF documents, OEmbed, RSS).

node-scrappy - Extract rich metadata from URLs

  •    TypeScript

Extract rich metadata from URLs. Scrappy uses a simple two step process to extract the metadata from any URL or file. First, it runs through plugin-able scrapeStream middleware to extract metadata about the file itself. With the result in hand, it gets passed on to a plugin-able extract pipeline to format the metadata for presentation and extract additional metadata about related entities.

license-list-data - Various data formats for the SPDX License List including RDFa, HTML, Text, and JSON

  •    HTML

See the contributing document for information on requesting new licenses, reporting issues or contributing pull requests related to this repository. This repository contains various generated data formats for the SPDX License List including RDFa, HTML, Text, and JSON. The source of the license list which generates these data files can be found at https://github.com/spdx/license-list-XML. Please note that the format for the license-list-XML repository is internal to the SPDX legal team and is subject to change.

web-auto-extractor - Automatically extracts structured information from webpages

  •    Javascript

Parse semantically structured information from any HTML webpage. Popularly, many websites mark up their webpages with Schema.org vocabularies for better SEO. This library helps you parse that information to JSON.

kitsquid - 🐙 Alternative course catalog for Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

  •    Go

🗒 An independent, private hobby project aiming to provide an alternative course catalog to students of Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology. Students are given the ability to rate and comment lectures and provide valuable tips and advice to their fellow students. This is a community project rather than commercial software. It certainly contains bugs or even security issues. We kindly ask you to report such as you find them, rather than trying to exploit them. Moreover, a community lives from its members, so please be kind. And of course, contribute as much as possible 😉.

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