When developing with the Carbon LDP JavaScript SDK and using the sparqler library, you could stumble upon the error: Error: The used prefix has not been declared. In one case where I generated this error, the complete console error was as follows: ExploreComponent.html:48 ERROR Error: The used prefix has not been declared at IRIResolver.push../node_modules/sparqler/iri/IRIResolver.js.IRIResolver.resolve (IRIResolver.js:23) […]

In my last two posts about Carbon LDP, I used a very simple Create Blog Post example to show how to save a document and then how to save a document tree using the JavaScript SDK. In this post, I build upon those examples by showing how to save a document using established vocabularies. A Linked Data Platform best practices is […]

In my previous post, I used a very simple Create Blog Post example to show how to save a document using the Carbon LDP JavaScript SDK. In this post, I build upon that example by showing how to save a tree of multiple documents instead of just one. When you create a document with the Carbon JS SDK, […]

f you’re new to programming with Carbon LDP, you will likely want to learn the bare essentials first – like CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete). In this post, I show how to use the Carbon LDP JavaScript SDK to create a document based on inputs from a simple UI form. Until we get a […]

Hyperlinks are dumb. Literally dumb. They link one document to another – one little piece of text to another, but they don’t know how. They don’t know why. They don’t know diddly squat. The only real sense that search engines can make of their incoherent connections is that one page is more popular than another, […]