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Api-platform - REST and GraphQL framework to build modern API-driven projects (server-side and client-side)

  •    Javascript

API Platform is a set of tools to build and consume web APIs. API Platform embraces open web standards (Swagger, JSON-LD, GraphQL, Hydra, HAL, JWT, OAuth, HTTP...) and the Linked Data movement. Your API will automatically expose structured data in Schema.org/JSON-LD. It means that your API Platform application is usable out of the box with technologies of the semantic web.

schema-generator - PHP Model Scaffolding from Schema.org vocabulary

  •    PHP

Schema.org is a vocabulary representing common data structures and their relations. Schema.org can be exposed as JSON-LD, microdata and RDFa. Extracting semantic data exposed in the Schema.org vocabulary is supported by a growing number of companies including Google (Search, Gmail), Yahoo!, Bing and Yandex. Data models provided by Schema.org are popular and have proved efficient. They cover a broad spectrum of topics including creative work, e-commerce, event, medicine, social networking, people, postal address, organization, place or review. Schema.org has its roots in a ton of preexisting well designed vocabularies and is successfully used by more and more websites and applications.

JsonLD - JSON-LD processor for PHP

  •    PHP

JsonLD is a fully conforming JSON-LD processor written in PHP. It is extensively tested and passes the official JSON-LD test suite. There's an online playground where you can evaluate the processor's basic functionality.

schemorger - SchemOrger is a Java Library for generating schema

  •    Java

SchemOrger is a Java Library for generating schema.org hidden html snippets for SEO and Rich Snippets. It will generate hidden schema.org metatags for your page. Thanks.


  •    PHP

A fluent interface to create mappings using Schema.org for Microdata and JSON-LD, supporting Schema.org v2.2 (latest). All you need to do is call the SchemaOrg::schemas() method and a fluent interface will be at your disposal.

dataspice - :hot_pepper: Create lightweight schema.org descriptions of dataset

  •    R

Metadata fields are based on schema.org and other metadata standards. A fully worked example can be found here and a live preview of the output here. An example of how Google sees this can be found here.

react-schemaorg - Type-checked Schema.org JSON-LD for React

  •    TypeScript

Easily insert valid Schema.org JSON-LD using the custom <JsonLd> react component. Uses schema-dts for Schema.org TypeScript definitions.


  •    CSharp

Schema.org objects turned into strongly typed C# POCO classes for use in .NET. All classes can be serialized into JSON/JSON-LD and XML, typically used to represent structured data in the head section of html page. If writing the result into a <script> element, be sure to use the .ToHtmlEscapedString() method instead to avoid exposing your website to a Cross-Site Scripting attack. See the example below.

schema-microdata-examples - Some examples of HTML markup using Schema.org microdata

  •    HTML

Some examples of HTML markup using Schema.org microdata, to complement this article.

Meteor-flow-router-meta - Reactive meta tags, JavaScript links and CSS for meteor within flow-router-extra

  •    Javascript

Change meta tags on the fly within flow-router-extra. This package can create meta tags, script and link tags as well. Note: this package implies ostrio:flow-router-title package.

dataspice - :hot_pepper: Create lightweight schema.org descriptions of your datasets

  •    R

Metadata fields are based on Schema.org/Dataset and other metadata standards and represent a lowest common denominator which means converting between formats should be relatively straightforward. An basic example repository for demonstrating what using dataspice might look like can be found at https://github.com/amoeba/dataspice-example. From there, you can also check out a preview of the HTML dataspice generates at https://amoeba.github.io/dataspice-example and how Google sees it at https://search.google.com/test/rich-results?url=https%3A%2F%2Famoeba.github.io%2Fdataspice-example%2F.

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