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* Using EasyRdf with the Zend Framework
* This example demonstrates using Zend_Http_Client and
* Zend_Loader_Autoloader with EasyRdf.
* It creates a simple graph in memory, saves it to a local graphstore
* and then fetches the data back using a SPARQL SELECT query.
* Zend's curl HTTP client adaptor is used to perform the HTTP requests.
* @package EasyRdf
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2009-2014 Nicholas J Humfrey
* @license
require_once realpath(__DIR__.'/..')."/vendor/autoload.php";
// use the CURL based HTTP client adaptor
$client = new \Zend\Http\Client(
'adapter' => 'Zend\Http\Client\Adapter\Curl',
'keepalive' => true,
'useragent' => "EasyRdf/zendtest"
<title>Zend Framework Example</title>
<h1>Zend Framework Example</h1>
# Load some sample data into a graph
$graph = new \EasyRdf\Graph('');
$joe = $graph->resource('', 'foaf:Person');
$joe->add('foaf:name', 'Joe Bloggs');
$joe->addResource('foaf:homepage', '');
# Store it in a local graphstore
$store = new \EasyRdf\GraphStore('http://localhost:8080/data/');
# Now make a query to the graphstore
$sparql = new \EasyRdf\Sparql\Client('http://localhost:8080/sparql/');
$result = $sparql->query('SELECT * WHERE {<> ?p ?o}');
echo $result->dump();