Determines whether the given conversion request is supported, given the available content type conversions:
Matches all inputs to all outputs.
Handles the given input. This may only be called if canHandle did not reject. When unconditionally calling both in sequence, consider handleSafe instead.
A promise resolving when handling is finished.
Input that needs to be handled.
Helper function that first runs canHandle followed by handle. Throws the error of canHandle if the data cannot be handled, or returns the result of handle otherwise.
A promise resolving if the input can be handled, rejecting with an Error if not.
Input data that will be handled if it can be handled.
Converts most major RDF serializations to
Custom contexts can be defined to be used when parsing JSON-LD. The keys of the object should be the URL of the context, and the values the file path of the contexts to use when the JSON-LD parser would fetch the given context. We use filepaths because embedding them directly into the configurations breaks Components.js.