Recently, we released Carbon LDP version 5. New support for enterprise-class databases and clustering, among other features, make this our most significant release to date. At this milestone, I thought I would share the story of how and why we created the platform.
When considering the differences of SPARQL and SQL, keep in mind that SPARQL is designed to query RDF data while SQL is designed to query relational data. As such, both languages and their respective advantages closely reflect the data models they work with.
With web development, developers face a lot of difficulties when they have to provide a full-stack solution to a client. Reducing these complexities should be a top priority for everyone involved. Let's look at one way to simplify development.