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JSON-LD, aka JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data, is a data validation language created in 2010 by Dave Longley.

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JSON-LD (JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data), is a method of encoding Linked Data using JSON. It was a goal to require as little effort as possible from developers to transform their existing JSON to JSON-LD. This allows data to be serialized in a way that is similar to traditional JSON. Read more on Wikipedia...

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{ "@context": { "property": "" }, "@id": "../document-relative", "@type": "#document-relative", "property": { "@context": { "@base": "" }, "@id": "../document-base-overwritten", "@type": "#document-base-overwritten", "property": [ { "@context": null, "@id": "../document-relative", "@type": "#document-relative", "property": "context completely reset, drops property" }, { "@context": { "@base": null }, "@id": "../document-relative", "@type": "#document-relative", "property": "only @base is cleared" } ] } }
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