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The RDFox Syntax Highlighting VS Code Extension

The RDFox Syntax Highlighting VS Code Extension
Diana Marks

We’re pleased to announce the release of RDFox Syntax Highlighting for VS Code. This open-source extension is designed to help RDFox users work with their data, queries and rules more efficiently.

The extension adds colour to keywords, operators, IRIs and literals in a number of RDF formats (Turtle, TriG, N-Triples and N-Quads), as well as Datalog rules, SPARQL scripts, and RDFox shell scripts.

It also adds a set of icons to help you organise and navigate your project directory.

How to Get The RDFox VS Code Extension

To use the extension yourself, simply go to the “Extensions” tab in VS Code, type “RDFox” in the search bar and click “Install” on the extension page.

Once enabled, the extension will automatically apply colours and icons to your RDFox files.

Put your code to work with RDFox

If you’re working with RDF, SPARQL, or Datalog and aren’t already using RDFox, you can try it for free today! Not only is RDFox the world’s fastest graph database, but it also offers the most performant and complete semantic reasoning available on the market. Now that coding your solutions is easier than ever, there’s not excuse no to get stuck in!

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Team and Resources

The team behind Oxford Semantic Technologies started working on RDFox in 2011 at the Computer Science Department of the University of Oxford with the conviction that flexible and high-performance reasoning was a possibility for data-intensive applications without jeopardising the correctness of the results. RDFox is the first market-ready knowledge graph designed from the ground up with reasoning in mind. Oxford Semantic Technologies is a spin-out of the University of Oxford and is backed by leading investors including Samsung Venture Investment Corporation (SVIC), Oxford Sciences Enterprises (OSE) and Oxford University Innovation (OUI).