An overview of WebId’s and RDF data use on SAFE.

Josh Wilson
Aug 2, 2018 · 5 min read
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An example of using WebIds and linked data

Authentication

‘Just’ Data

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A WebId on The SAFE Network

_That_ WebId Data

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Davide Irvine’s example WebId

Subdomains


www : <NFS container xorname>, // link to website data on the network
@email : <email inbox xorname>, // link to a MD used as an inbox,
myid: <WebId xorname>

Friendly Domains

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Helpers

Using WebIds

window.webIdEventEmitter.once( 'update', ( webId ) =>
{
console.log('WebId updated!', webId)
} );
};

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