First, if the term SPARQL is new to you it’s important to clarify the following: SPARQL is not a typo, and it is not SQL’s long-lost cousin.
SPARQL is the standard query language and protocol for retrieving Linked Data from the web or RDF triple stores. Basically, if your information follows the RDF standard of being composed by a subject, predicate, and object, or it can be mapped to follow that standard, it can be queried by SPARQL.
Base22, as a technology service provider, we have been able to develop a set of proven practices and toolsets around DevOps (software development/operations). The emergence of cloud-based tools and infrastructure offers us a lot of flexibility related to application development and deployment.
Many organizations are applying all sorts of digital technologies to improve operational efficiencies, create a better customer, dealer, employee and member experience. How’s your digital transformation going?
One of the most valuable assets of an organization today is data. Data can be processed by applying business rules to it, and after it is processed, what we end up with is information – the key to making important decisions in any organization.
When reading about Linked Data and the Semantic Web you might not realize that one of the main objectives these standards aim for is improving the value of data. A way of achieving this is making data readable to computers.
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.
What makes Carbon LDP a good fit for Angular applications?
Carbon LDP gives you a server and database out-of-the-box. What’s more, it’s all neatly contained in a Docker container, which you can download and run with just a couple of commands. You can have a database ready and running in minutes rather than hours or days.