- Apache Jena - Using Jena with Apache Maven
- Serializing Apache Jena's RDF resources via JAXB into JSON docments in a JAX-RS context.
- Danny Ayers - Google+ - I've knocked together a serializer for Jena to the minimal…
- [#JENA-203] support for Non Blocking Parsers - ASF JIRA
- What is the best Java RDFa Parser? - Semantic Overflow
- Jena Semantic Web Framework
- Expose LDAP directories to the Semantic Web with SquirrelRDF
- Virtuoso Jena Provider
The Virtuoso Jena RDF Data Provider is a fully operational Native Graph Model Storage Provider for the Jena Framework, enables Semantic Web applications written using the Jena RDF Frameworks to query the Virtuoso RDF Quad store directly.
- Applications Built on Jena - Tom Heath's Displacement Activities - by tomheath
- RDFa support in Jena GRDDL Reader (SVN)
- Jena on Sourceforge
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- The ultimate mashup -- Web services and the semantic Web
In addition to single-service applications, developers are creating mashups, applications that combine data from multiple services to create something new. This series chronicles the creation of the ultimate mashup, an application that not only stores data from different mashups but uses semantic technology to enable users to create their own mashups by swapping services, or even by picking and choosing data. It uses Java™ programming and a combination of servlets, JSP, software from the open source Jena project, and DB2's new native XML capabilities.
- alphaWorks : IBM Web Ontology Manager
IBM Web Ontology Manager is a lightweight, Web-based tool for managing ontologies expressed in Web Ontology Language (OWL). With this technology, users can browse, search, and submit ontologies to an ontology repository. This technology includes a Web interface for easy uploading of ontologies in an .owl format by any user of the system. It also includes an interface for generating (using Jastor) Java™ APIs from uploaded ontology files.
IBM Web Ontology Manager differs from IBM Ontology Management System (a former alphaWorks technology, now merged into the IBM Integrated Ontology Development Toolkit) in that it does not include a statement repository. Instead, based on the ontologies visible to the system, it can generate Java classes for accessing any Jena-compatible RDF statement repository.
- BBC - Backstage
- Lost Boy: Using Jena in an Application Server
- Processing A Site Summary Format with Jena