A Web Bot that crawls the http://Schema.org web site to retrieve all available Types and Properties in order to create a JSON file and also some PHP libraries.
For generating Microdata or RDFa Lite 1.1 semantics you can use the PHP library https://github.com/alexprut/PHPStructuredData. Created during the Google Summer of Code 2013 and 2014.
configuration.php→ the configuration file, setup the type of library to be created.
http.php→ a class that handles all HTTP requests.
parser.php→ methods to parse the HTML and retrieve all needed information.
fileCreator.php→ methods to create the library files.
- Make sure you have the cURL library installed, and the PHP CLI shell script package
- Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/alexprut/Spider4Schema.git
- Open your
php bin/spider.php [minified|json|normal] [true|false|verbose]
The libraries will be created in the
There are 3 types of libraries you can create:
- JSON → a .json file containing all available Types and Properties, used in library https://github.com/alexprut/PHPStructuredData for generating valid Microdata and RDFa Lite 1.1 semantics
- Minified → a .php file with an array containing all available Types and Properties
- Normal → each Type is a PHP class file (an abstract class with static Properties)
The json library:
1 .json file, 91 KB, contains all available Types (620+) and its Properties
The minified library:
1 php file, 107 KB, contains all available Types (620+) and its Properties, stored in a hash table (array)
The normal abstract static library:
622 php files, 710 KB, 1 file for each available Type
- Add to the all the required properties specified by Google, Yandex, Baidu.
- Instead of making 620+ HTTP requests, parse one file: https://schema.org/docs/schema_org_rdfa.html
- Write tests.
Spider4Schema is licensed under the MIT License – see the LICENSE file for details.