Semantic Web enabled Web applications with PHP

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Hi all,

The largest obstacle for the uptake of the Semantic Web is still the
lack of semantically represented data, information and knowledge. On
the other hand the majority of Web pages already now is generated by
database driven Web applications containing structured data (many of
them written in PHP). Triplify now aims at revealing such data and
make it accessible using next generation semantic technologies.

Triplify is a small plugin (<300 LoC) for database driven Web
applications which:

  * exposes RDF, Linked Data and JSON,
  * is extremely simple to configure - just provide some SQL queries,
    selecting the information to be exposed,
  * is complemented by a light-weight registry for RDF data sources.

We hope Triplify will make a significant contribution to get *more*
data and semantics on the Web. But Triplify needs your contribution
too - please consider donating some minutes to provide a Triplify
configuration for a popular Web application. Such configurations will
be shared on to make the "semantification" of Web
applications even for novices a *no brainer*.

More information about Triplify can be found at:



Dr. S=F6ren Auer - University of Leipzig, Computer Science Dept. , +49 (32) 222201209

Re: Semantic Web enabled Web applications with PHP wrote:
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And what does this have to do with PHP programming - other than being SPAM?

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

Re: Semantic Web enabled Web applications with PHP

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It's a free (both senses) library for PHP.

Toby A Inkster BSc (Hons) ARCS
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