Javascript libraries are available to support RDF, RDFa, OWL, SPARQL and Linked Data.

For example rdfstore-js is a pure Javascript implementation of a RDF graph store with support for the SPARQL query and data manipulation language. It integrates with Node.js and MongoDB.


Javascript SPARQL libraries and examples include:


jQuery is a JavaScript Library that simplifies working with HTML documents and Ajax interactions. It is used in a number of Semantic Web frameworks including:

Mapping the English Deprivation Stats: Part 3 - Using JavaScript to build and execute the query shows how to use Javascript with SPARQL queries to build Linked Data applications.


Tabulator is a Firefox extension containing a javascript library in its source code.

Tabulator examples include:

Javascript RDF Parsers