See here for more information about the XDI2 client.
XDIAgent xdi = new XDIBasicAgent(); ContextNode c = xdi.get(XDIAddress.create ("=markus<#email>"), null); System.out.println(c.getLiteral() .getLiteralDataString());
See here for more information about the XDI2 server.
The XDI2 server can be configured in various ways, e.g. to operate a cloud service provider, to self-host a single XDI endpoint, or to provide special-purpose services.Example XDI2 server instance
Get a cloud name such as =yourname and an XDI server instance in a test ("OTE") environment. You can use it with existing XDI applications or for development.XDI sandbox registration
If you have a cloud name and XDI server instance, you can use the XDI cloud manager to access and manage your personal data, connections, keys, cloud cards, etc.XDI cloud manager