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Carbon LDP Features



Access and manage applications and data by URIs using RESTful requests over HTTP (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE). Work with documents in Turtle, RDF XML, or JSON-LD. Configure apps, schedule server-side jobs, execute queries - everything in Carbon is RESTful.

JavaScript / TypeScript SDK


The JavaScript Software Development Kit, available from the npm package manager, allows you to manage RDF data using familiar JavaScript and TypeScript programming techniques and tools. Build for execution within a web browser or Node.js.



Secure your application through authentication and role-based access control. You can apply inheritable access control on your application, on parent containers, and all the way down to the document level.

Visual Tools

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Use time-saving tools in the Application Developer's Console, a GUI that helps you visualize and manage applications and data outside of code. Visualize your container hierarchy and click resources to inspect data.

RDF Native, NoSQL Graph Database


Data is represented and managed as documents, but stored natively as RDF triples in a NoSQL graph database. Break the shackles of rigid data schemas; add new entities and attributes on the fly. Link data with existing resources within your apps and across the web.

Query Data


Query for data across multiple documents using the SPARQL query language. Query-down for a broad view from any segment of an application or against individual documents. Query with the REST API, the JavaScript SDK, or the built-in visual SPARQL query editor.

Docker Containers


The Carbon platform is fully containerized for rapid on-prem or cloud deployment, easy management, and the most lightweight, efficient, and secure use of your hosting infrastructure.

LDAP Support


Add users directly to your Carbon applications or selectively import them from your corporate LDAP user repository. Enhance user profiles with new attributes outside of the LDAP schema.

Standards Based

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Integrate and interoperate with industry tools from leading vendors. Carbon LDP is compliant with Semantic Web, Linked Data, HTTP, and other standards from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Carbon is the platform we've always wanted, so we're building it. We think you're going to love it too.

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ng-conf April 5th-7th 2017 - The World's Original Angular Conference

Carbon LDP at NG-Conf

March 30, 2017

This year, we’re taking Carbon LDP to NG-Conf, the World’s Original Angular Conference, in Salt Lake City, UT (April 5th-7th). Come to learn about Carbon LDP, a back-end to your Angular App, and how you can build data-centric apps using the power of linked data.

If you’re planning to attend, we hope you’ll find us at stand #24, or you can get a glimpse of the action on the conference Livestream or at one of the many NG-Conf Extended events taking part across the globe.

Join us and see how Carbon LDP could be the hottest new addition to your Angular application stack.

New Workbench v0.7.1 released

March 6, 2017

The Workbench now allows you to manage your user agents' role. Create, list, view, update, delete roles and populate them with user agents.

Follow the steps in the quick start guide, to update or download a new instance.

New wrokbench v7.0.1 released