Making Deniz a single-file-app

Following up to the previous post, Deniz, the RDF browser written in HTML, Javascript & CSS, can now be distributed as one single file.

This is possible due do

The last step missing was the image embedding part which is nicely solved through In addition Deniz will now go through the Google Closure Javascript compiler and Yahoo’s YUI Compressor for CSS to save bandwidth.

Thanks to the Makefile by Benjamin Lupton ( it was easy to set the process up for Deniz.

Two steps will build the file:

$ make build-update

to download JAR dependencies, and

$ make

to finally minimize and integrate all contents.

That’s it.


One comment

  1. Yes :). It works quite nice! I’ve noticed that too regarding DBPedia, but we will use our own LOD Virtuoso instance.

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