This utility allows developers to post Linked Data Notifications and inspect the payload as received. Notifications are stored temporarily - you should have plenty of time to inspect the payload but no long-term persistence should be assumed.
JSON-LD payloads should be posted to the LDN inbox here (https://ldninbox.antleaf.com/inbox). The following example uses Curl as the HTTP client and a local JSON-LD file containing the payload to be posted:
curl -s -o /dev/null -D - -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/ld+json" -d @<JSON-FILE-NAME> https://ldninbox.antleaf.com/inbox
You can inspect the results of the posted payload by pointing your web browser at the same URL:
Here you will find links to inspect metadata and payloads in JSON-LD, N-Quads and Turtle formats
You can retrieve the inbox in JSON-LD format as follows:
curl -H "Accept: application/ld+json" https://ldninbox.antleaf.com/inbox
The URL for a given notification uses a generated UUID, in the form:
With a browser, this URL will give you a comprehensive view of the notification, its metadata and its payload in various formats.
To retrieve this notification's payload in machine-readable form, just issue a GET with the appropriate
Accept header. Supported formats *(MIME Types) are:
curl -H "Accept: application/ld+json" <NOTIFICATION_URL>
This system has been successfully tested (as an LDN Receiver) with the W3C-supplied test suite for LDN:
Source code for this system is available.