ldproxy was developed for topic 4 of the testbed Spatial Data on the Web organized by Geonovum.
ldproxy provides web services, backed by WFS services, that are better suited for usage by non-geospatial experts, e.g. web developers, search engine crawlers and Linked Data experts.
The implementation uses on-the-fly transformations, which means the generated HTML, JSON-LD and GeoJson representations are not persisted. They are created on the fly using live data from the WFS.
Have a look at the demo at http://www.ldproxy.net.
To install ldproxy, just run the following command.
docker run -d -p 7080:7080 -v ldproxy_data:/ldproxy/data -w /ldproxy iide/ldproxy
Change the host port and volume bind directory to your needs. To update ldproxy, just remove the container and create a new one with the command above. Your data is saved in a volume, not in the container, so your service configurations will still be there after the update.
When your container is up and running, have a look at Getting Started