Knows Representational State Transfer, or REST (2000) as a software architectural style whereby browsers can exchange data with web servers, typically on the basis of well-known HTTP actions.
In this blog post, the author presents the following situation analysis: The network commonly referred to as the World Wide Web (“Web”) is built upon [...]
In this blog post, the author draws attention to an interesting feature of some SPARQL endpoints. When a query is entered, the full HTTP GET [...]
This is the third chapter in MarkLogic's "Semantic Developer's Guide". It describes how to load triples into a MarkLogic database from two sources; from an [...]
This lecture covers a lot of topics. It hits all the basic standards and technologies in the Semantic Web stack: the RDF data model, SPARQL, [...]
This slide presentation gives details on technologies and approaches for exploiting Linked Data by building Linked Data applications. It gives an overview of existing applications [...]
The Linked Data Platform (LDP) is a recent W3C standard for Linked Data. It brings REST to Linked Data by defining a standard way to [...]
Discussion of the challenges facing Web developers in the proper design and implementation of Web APIs. Based on a simple Web API, this workshop use [...]