- ldodds/dowl · GitHub
A simple command-line tool for generating HTML documentation from RDFS/OWL schemas
- Linked Data Patterns
A pattern catalogue for modelling, publishing, and consuming Linked Data
- Describing SPARQL Extension Functions « Lost Boy
- Describe a topic of a concept - Semantic Overflow
- RDF and JSON: A Clash of Model and Syntax « Lost Boy
- Talis Platform - Demos
- Linked Data Patterns
- Specification - linked-data-api - Linked Data API Specification - Project Hosting on Google Code
The API is intended to be a middle-ware layer that can be deployed
in-front of a SPARQL endpoint, providing the ability to create a
RESTful data access layer for accessing the RDF data contained in the
triple store. The middle-ware is configurable, and is intended to
support a range of different access patterns and output formats. "Out
of the box" the system provides delivery of the standard range of RDF
serialisations, as well as simple JSON and XML serializations for
descriptions of lists of resources. The API essentially maps
parameterized URLs to underlying SPARQL queries, mediating the content
negotiation of the results into a suitable format for the client.
- Approaches to Publishing Linked Data via Named Graphs « Lost Boy
- Surveying and Classifying SPARQL Extensions « Lost Boy
- Managing RDF Using Named Graphs « Lost Boy
- Lost Boy: How Shall I Integrate Thee? Let Me Count the Ways...
Leigh Dods tries to elucidate the ways in which technologies like RDF and OWL actually help with data integration?
- Lost Boy: Parameterised Queries with SPARQL and ARQ
- Lost Boy: Google AppEngine for Personal Web Presence?
- Lost Boy: Writing an ARQ Extension Function
- Lost Boy: Bee Node Deconstructed
"ADC pattern" (ASK, DESCRIBE, CONSTRUCT): a way to probe a remote data set to see if it has information that is of interest and then extract information from that data set with increasing levels of precision and control.
- XMLArmyKnife -- SPARQL Query Service
- Lost Boy: Benefits of Refactoring to REST
reducing the "surface area" of the application
- Lost Boy: Feeding Google Co-Op with SPARQL
Last night I took my first look at Google Co-op, in particular the "Subscribed Links" feature which allows users to add services to Google search results.
- XMLArmyKnife - Experimenting with EmbeddedRDF and GRDDL Support
Embedded RDF is a method of embedding (a subset of) RDF within XHTML and HTML documents. A simple XSLT transformation can be used to extract the RDF from within the document.
A related and more generalised technology is GRDDL which defines how to associate transformation algorithms (i.e. XSLT stylesheets) with XHTML profiles or microformats so that there's a clear mapping from embedded metadata into RDF.
I've been experimenting with adding support for both of these technologies in the XMLArmyKnife SPARQL query service. This provides a means to directly query RDF embedded in XHTML documents.
- XTech 2006: SPARQLing Services
This paper will review the SPARQL specifications and its potential benefits to Web 2.0 applications. Focusing on the SPARQL protocol for RDF, the paper will provide implementation guidance for developers interested in adding SPARQL support to their applications.
- Lost Boy: XTech 2006: SPARQLing Services
An overview of SPARQL, with an emphasis on the SPARQL protocol and how SPARQL can benefit Web 2.0/AJAX applications.
- Lost Boy: SPARQLing the BBC Programme Catalogue
- Lost Boy: 2006 Jena User Conference Programme
- Slug: A Semantic Web Crawler
Slug is a web crawler (or Scutter) designed for harvesting semantic web content. Implemented in Java using the Jena API, Slug provides a configurable, modular framework that allows a great degree of flexibility in configuring the retrieval, processing and storage of harvested content.
- XML.com: REST Roundup
- XML.com: Introducing SPARQL: Querying the Semantic Web
- Lost Boy: It's Like the Ultimate Lazy Web
- Lost Boy: Using Jena in an Application Server
- Connecting Social Content Services using FOAF, RDF and REST