Most of our work is open-source and available on GitHub.
Here is a short selection of our FOSS work, featuring different types of our open-source projects and open-source contributions:
Our Zazuko CTO Thomas Bergwinkl is co-chair of the group and several Zazuko employees are core-contributors to the RDFJS specifications and reference implementations.
Vocabularies in the wild, even the most commonly used ones, are not always easily accessible.
@zazuko/rdf-vocabularies is an NPM package providing a list of what we define as common prefixes & vocabularies.
It contains tens of common vocabularies and thousand of triples as N-Quads. Bonus: You can get a RDFJS Dataset
back containing triples of this vocabulary! It is also very useful when you want to resolve
prefix:term to the
corresponding IRI or the other way around.
@openlayers-elements/maps provide a high-level wrapper over OpenLayers which makes it very easy to add
fully-featured maps to any web application. By taking advantage of latest custom elements specification,
the maps can be combined with any web library.
d3-sparql is a plugin for the popular D3.js data visualization library.
After configuring a SPARQL endpoint and a SPARQL query, it produces data in a format that is
easily consumed by D3 to generate great visualizations.