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README.md

Smart Flanders POC πŸŽ“

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30% of all traffic in a city is due to people looking for a parking spot. Wouldn't it be nice to help those people in finding a parking spot on the fly. With this proof of concept we do not only try to address this issue we also want to prove to governments and industries to publish as much data as possible as linked data. By publishing their data as linked data developers could link different datasets together and use it for a variety of projects. If you are interested in the back-end please visit Back-end

Installation

The Smart Flanders proof of concept is built with Angular4.

Dependencies

To install the dependencies make sure you have npm or yarn installed. This will install all the necessary dependencies. This can take a while, go get some coffee.

npm

$ npm install 

yarn

$ yarn install

Run locally

Serve your app locally on port 4200 by using the following commands in the root directory.

npm

$ npm start

yarn

$ yarn start

angular-cli

If you have the Angular CLI installed globally you can run the following command

$ ng serve

Ready for distribution

To distribute the application, use one of the following commands in the root directory to generate a dist folder.

npm

$ npm build

yarn

$ yarn build

angular-cli

$ ng build

Proof Of Concept

This proof of concept is build using a backend that generates linked data. This linked data is then passed to this PoC and used in the graphs. This is done using the Ldfetch library and the N3 library. We used chart.js 2 to generate the graphs. Feel free to explore the source code and leave somme comments in the issue section (make sure to use to comment label). The development of this PoC took 3 coders 2 weeks.