As a developer, you can choose to use SemApps as a library for your own project, in which case the guides will be your best friend.
On the other hand, if you want to contribute to the core of SemApps, this page is for you.
Launch the stack locally
In a few commands, you can launch the full SemApps stack with:
- Frontend (DMS)
- A Jena Fuseki instance
You will need to install:
Then you can do:
If you want to have some semantic data to start experimenting, please contact us.
Our Riot/Matrix chatroom is the main entry point for all people who want to contribute.