The extensible Semantic Web Browser

Browse RDF datasets by viewing their linked resources in our frontend interface. All data are fetched directly from the SPARQL endpoint, all the magic happens in your browser!


See our VOILA 2017 paper.

Explore the DBpedia dataset using our default configuration, starting with the resource for Vienna.


Our interface is dynamic. It adapts to your dataset's needs! Using our HTTP API, you can customize the default interface that users will encounter when browsing your SPARQL endpoint. You can configure interface options, claim prefix namespaces, and create plugins that extend the interface with custom components.

GET /browse/:endpoint#:resource
Accept: text/html
Loads the browsing interface to query to the given SPARQL endpoint URL for triples about the given resource.
GET /browse/s/:endpoint#:resource
Accept: text/html
Same as above but for HTTPS SPARQL endpoints.
GET /config/:endpoint
Accept: application/json
Fetch a JSON config file for the given endpoint. E.g., GET /config/ .
PUT /config/:endpoint
Content-Type: application/json
Set or replace the JSON config file for the given endpoint. This request must originate from an IP listed in the DNS A or AAAA records for the given endpoint's hostname.
GET /plugin/:id
Accept: text/html
Describes the status of the plugin given by its id, whether or not it is installed on the server and ready to be loaded in an interface. This page will help you request the server to install the given plugin if it is not already.
GET /plugin/:id/:asset
Accept: *
Fetch the given asset file contained within the plugin identified by its id.
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