LODSPeaKr is installed!

Explore your data!

Your data is already published as Linked Data. This includes Content Negotiation, which gives you the ability to serve your data in multiple formats for humans (HTML) and machines (Turtle, RDF/XML, N-Triples, RDF/JSON). You can start by looking at the classes in your triple store or the named graphs available.

Add static files

You can also serve (and use) files that help you to present your content the way you want (JavaScript, CSS, images, etc). Just copy them on the static folder inside lodspeakr and you are ready to use them. For more information about static files in LODSPeaKR and how to change the landing page, please check the wiki.

Understanding components

In LODSPeaKr, components are entities (usually a set of templates and sparql queries) that are applied when a particular URI is being retrieved. The templates are based on Haanga, and you can see several examples of Haanga in LODSPeaKr in the wiki.

Currently, LODSPeaKr supports 3 types of components. You can learn how to create components in the wiki.

Use lodspk.sh, LODSPeaKr command-line tool

lodspk.sh is a tool that simplifies the creation and edit of components. It also simplifies the process of debugging and cleaning the cache. Check all the options including with it. Is it highly recommended to use it when creating, developing and debugging components.