This slide presentation gives details on technologies and approaches for exploiting Linked Data by building Linked Data applications. It gives an overview of existing applications and introduces the main technologies that support implementation and development. In addition, it illustrates how data exposed through common Web APIs can be integrated with Linked Data in order to create mashups. The Information Workbench and Linked Media Framework (LMF) tools are featured as examples of development platforms. NOTE: These slides represent material from several lessons that comprised a larger "module" of the EUCLID Project. As such, they cover a wider range of topics than most resources.
Keywords: Data warehouse, Web API, Representational State Transfer (REST), Data integration, Federation
Author: Pinkel, Christoph
Publisher: EUCLID Project
Date created: 2013-10-31 07:00:00.000
Time required: P1H15M
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: professional
Interactivity type: expositive
- Knows Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or HTTP (1991+), as the basic technology for resolving hyperlinks and transferring data on the World Wide Web.
- Knows Representational State Transfer, or REST (2000) as a software architectural style whereby browsers can exchange data with web servers, typically on the basis of well-known HTTP actions.
- Knows relevant resources for discovering existing Linked Data datasets.