class JsonLd extends Parser

Class to parse JSON-LD to an EasyRdf\Graph

Properties

protected Graph $graph from Parser
protected $format The format of the document currently being parsed from Parser
protected $baseUri The base URI for the document currently being parsed from Parser
protected $tripleCount from Parser

Methods

remapBnode($name)

Create a new, unique bnode identifier from a source identifier.

from Parser
resetBnodeMap()

Delete the bnode mapping - to be called at the start of a new parse

from Parser
checkParseParams($graph, $data, $format, $baseUri)

Check, cleanup parameters and prepare for parsing

from Parser
parse($graph, $data, $format, $baseUri)

Parse a JSON-LD document into an EasyRdf\Graph

addTriple($resource, $property, $value)

Add a triple to the current graph, and keep count of the number of triples

from Parser

Details

in Parser at line 70
protected remapBnode($name)

Create a new, unique bnode identifier from a source identifier.

If the source identifier has previously been seen, the same new bnode identifier is returned.

Parameters

$name

in Parser at line 82
protected resetBnodeMap()

Delete the bnode mapping - to be called at the start of a new parse

in Parser at line 91
protected checkParseParams($graph, $data, $format, $baseUri)

Check, cleanup parameters and prepare for parsing

Parameters

$graph
$data
$format
$baseUri

at line 68
parse($graph, $data, $format, $baseUri)

Parse a JSON-LD document into an EasyRdf\Graph

Attention: Since JSON-LD supports datasets, a document may contain multiple graphs and not just one. This parser returns only the default graph. An alternative would be to merge all graphs.

Parameters

$graph
$data
$format
$baseUri

Exceptions

Exception
Exception

in Parser at line 148
protected addTriple($resource, $property, $value)

Add a triple to the current graph, and keep count of the number of triples

Parameters

$resource
$property
$value