Creating the Semantic Web with RDF: Professional Developer's Guideby Johan Hjelm
This book offers for the first time complete guidance for Web and content developers who use Resource Description Framework (RDF) to create Web services, both wired and wireless, for metadata, or data that is maintained by an application. Written by the W3C
The first state-of-the-art guide for Web developers who need to enable totally new services using metadata
This book offers for the first time complete guidance for Web and content developers who use Resource Description Framework (RDF) to create Web services, both wired and wireless, for metadata, or data that is maintained by an application. Written by the W3C Fellow charged with making the W3C XML standard work with other open standards, the book clearly demonstrates how RDF and metadata can greatly improve a user's Web experience through richer, better-tailored content. The author explains RDF theory and practice and how it compares to XML and HTML in layman terms and provides source code for several important tools. He includes descriptions of real services, both for the desktop computer and the handheld wireless device, and hands-on examples illustrating how metadata is used to tailor services for users. Explanations of how RDF ties in with intelligent agents are also provided.
Meet the Author
JOHAN HJELM is Senior Research Engineer and Project Manager at Ericsson. Along with his research and contributions to the development of many wireless web applications, he has extensive experience with metadata technologies. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and is the author of nine previously published books including Wiley's Designing Wireless Information Services.
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