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.
As part of our simple explainer video series, we wanted to highlight Linked Data, resource description frameworks (RDF), and our tool Carbon LDP. With RDF and Linked Data we have the capability to create relationships between different pieces of information.
This year, we’re taking Carbon LDP to NG-Conf, in Salt Lake City, UT (April 5th-7th). Come to learn about Carbon LDP, a back-end to your Angular App, and how you can build data-centric apps using the power of linked data.
Base22® today announced the public beta launch of its flagship software product, Carbon LDP. Carbon LDP is one of the first commercial implementations of the Linked Data Platform specification, a new kind of Semantic Web system endorsed by (W3C)