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Carbon LDP™

CarbonLDP's general wiki and issue tracking project. Learn more on our website:

Please read our Github conventions and user workflow to know how you can contribute or participate.

Carbon LDP™ is a Linked Data application server providing read/write access to RDF graph data over RESTful HTTP. It provides a host of features for developing business applications with Linked Data and for simplifying access to the enterprise knowledge graph. As such, it can act as the key system upon which an organization can build in order to capitalize on the benefits of Linked Data. It consolidates the Linked Data ecosystem within an enterprise into one common access point, or server, and exposes the knowledge graph as easily accessible Web resources through a Web API.

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All of Carbon LDP™ features provide business value while improving the development experience.


Access and manage applications and data by URIs using RESTful requests over HTTP (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE). Work with documents in Turtle, RDF XML, or JSON-LD. Head to the Carbon LDP™ Platform Respository for more information.

Javascript SDK

Available from the npm package manager, allows you to manage RDF data using familiar JavaScript and TypeScript programming techniques and tools. Build for execution within a web browser or Node.js. Go to ourCarbon LDP™ Javascript SDK repository for more information.


A GUI that helps you visualize and manage applications and data outside of your code. Visualize your document hierarchy and inspect document properties and data. Go to our Carbon LDP™ Workbench repository for more information.

Get Started

Head to the Carbon LDP™ Quick Start Guide and start using Carbon LDP™.


Carbon is a project in constant development and we want to be able to adress any issues you find on using it. In order to do that, we have detailed a workflow for issue generation. In the issues tab you will find an issue template, please follow the format provided, this will give much more clarity so Carbon LDP™ staff may address your issue. For further information on how to open an issue go to Github's article on creating an issue.


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