finally a bnode with a uri

Handy HTTP in RDF vocabulary

Now with usable namespace IRIs
The great thing about creating apps with the SemSol framework is that I'll never have to worry about database tables and multi-table SQL queries again. One of the few "taxes" that come with such an RDF-everywhere approach, though, is the need for proper terms for each type of data structure (users, permissions, pages, posts, comments, events, etc).

Luckily, there are a lot of vocabularies available already, and today I noticed that usable namespace URIs were added to the HTTP Vocabulary in RDF Editor's Draft a couple of days ago. Now it was only a 30 minute routine to add request tracking to SemSol, and with SPARQL being so easy to use it should be simple to create basic usage reports as well.

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I have found that advantage of RDF as well while working on a small RDF-persistence solution based on RAP for a university department SW-enabled website.

But the difference from your system is, that I use DTOs (Data Transfer Objects) to be viewed and work with triples - no SPARQL inside.
Comment by Josef PetrĂ¡k on 2006-12-06 20:29:39 UTC
I am looking for rdf enabled web sites ...... for my project can u plzz give me few links to rdf enabled websites
Comment by Ashish Anant on 2008-09-28 10:13:21 UTC
It's not complete, but I'm maintaining a small list at the ARC website. Maybe that helps a little?
Comment by Benjamin Nowack on 2008-10-06 11:06:03 UTC
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