XSPARQL W3C Submission

Over a year and a half after Axel first told me about this idea, and over a year since it was presented at ESWC 2008, XSPARQL has reached the next step: it was now acknowledged by the W3C, the Web's standardization body.

XSPARQL is a fusion of SPARQL and XQuery, a query/transformation language able to process RDF and XML data sources and return RDF or XML. It's great for transforming data from XML to RDF or vice versa, and more. Finally the worlds of XML and RDF might be getting closer, yay!

Now go check out the online demo. 8-)

Posted at 1951 on Tue, Jun 23, 2009 in category Work | TrackBack | Comments feed
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