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Revision as of 22:49, 7 May 2013

InstantRDF for Umbraco

Name of the tool: InstantRDF for Umbraco
Home page: InstantRDF for Umbraco
Date of latest release: 2013-05-08 (verify)
Programming language(s) that can be used with the tool: C-sharp
Relevant semantic web technologies: RDF, RDFS, SPARQL
Categories: Converter, RDF_Generator
See also: http://github.com/dimitrikourk/InstantRDF
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(Tool description last modified on 2013-05-7.)

Description

This package does the following for an Umbraco web site:

- Exports the document types structure as an ontology to an RDF graph.

- Exports the published content nodes as resources to a separate RDF graph.

- Makes all the URIs (IRIs), contained in the above, dereferencable. The ontology IRIs get dereferenced to a page, listing the entire ontology, and the rest of the resources to pages displaying the resources they are linked to.

- Sets up a SPARQL endpoint on the Umbraco web site with a file-based triple store. Third party triple stores can also be used. This has been tested with Virtuoso.

- The generated datastore can be linked to other datastores by using Umbraco tags.

- The produced ontology can be further standardised via the declaration of equivalences between the auto-generated property predicates and predicates declared in standard namespaces(e.g. SKOS or Dublin Core).