Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages (GRDDL)
GRDDL is a technique for obtaining RDF data from XML documents and in particular XHTML pages. Authors may explicitly associate documents with transformation algorithms, typically represented in XSLT, using a link element in the head of the document. Alternatively, the information needed to obtain the transformation may be held in an associated metadata profile document or namespace document. Clients reading the document can follow links across the Web using techniques described in the GRDDL specification to discover the appropriate transformations.
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Tools that are listed as relevant to GRDDL
Last modified and/or added
The description of the following tools have been added and/or modified most recently.
- Apache Jena (last modified: 16 January 2018)
- Redland RDF Application Framework (last modified: 8 January 2013)
- OpenLink Virtuoso (last modified: 11 February 2012)
All relevant tools
This is a list of all tools listed on this wiki, and that are marked as relevant to GRDDL.
- Apache Jena (triple store programming environment reasoner rule reasoner owl reasoner rdfs reasoner parser). Directly usable from Java
- Redland RDF Application Framework (programming environment). Directly usable from C C-sharp Python Obj-C PHP Java Tcl Ruby Perl
|Description||GRDDL is a technique for obtaining RDF data from XML documents and in particular XHTML pages. Authors may explicitly associate documents with transformation algorithms, typically represented in XSLT, using a link element in the head of the document. +|
|Date||September 11, 2007 +|