Links - Semantic Web (Miscellaneous)

Nov 4 2009: Getting active, or maybe reactivating.

This page is just a collection of links so far. The link above for the 'Miscellaneous' subject is to my own modest effort with Semantic Mediawiki.  It's nascent but coming along.

The entire Semantic Web subject area will be getting a makeover soon.

Weaving Meaning: An Overview of the Semantic Web

Good W3 Powerpoint presentation by Eric Miller.

Links - PHP Content Management Systems

Oct 14 2009: What's going on ! Yet another good small CMS emerges from the pack. Added phpSQLiteCMS.
Oct 10 2009: added Zikula CMS framework.
Oct 9 2009: added XMLNuke, XML CMS framework.
Oct 4 2009: discovered gpEasy CMS.

Links - PHP Wikis and Knowledge Wikis

Nov 4 2009: Added Semantic MediaWiki, demo on server.

Oct 4 2009: Add Wikyblog. Updated WikkaWiki with info about burgeoning project for phpMyEdit package

Updated Jan 25 2009: added Kisimi and DokuWiki

There are several small, fast and powerful open source wikis that can be used as a full-featured CMS to for building small web sites and are fairly easy to extend and customize.

Links - Server Side Javascript

June 30 2009: AppJet ends its free hosting and shelves AppJet. Adios, amigo !
April 6 2009: server side Javascript content makes its second and final move to its own page.

Tales from the Server Side

See a recent article What Server Side JavaScript Needs.

Links - Java

March 29 2009: created

I just noticed that I didn't have a proper links page for Java ... hmmmm.

I think I need to readjust my attitude toward the Enterprise-Level Big Java applications encountered in the yesteryear of flaming youth and get up to date with the open-sourced/open-licensed small java applications of today. One must try to keep up with the times after all ... I like to think of it as being chronologically enhanced. :-)


Links- Javascript

March 29 2009: added sections about Mozilla, server-side Javascript, AppJets, links, etc.
March 22 2009: added WYMeditor

The only ubiquitous thing in the web universe ... also see ECMAScript.

Also see Server Side Javascript.

Links - Mozilla Javascript and XUL

Oct 26 2009: there may be some activity for running Glade XML with XUL, new link for the Webglade Javascript library.
March 29 2009: moved server-side Javascipt, and added yet more links.
March 27 2009: added Jelix and Jaxer, more links.

See related content about Firefox and server-side Javascript.

Links - Rethinking Java Applets

Feb 17 2009: cheap servlet hosting ?
Feb 5 2009: more links to applet demos

A few ill-formed thoughts so far ...

Java is The Enterprise Language. Most Java applications are not applications so much as pieces in the jigsaw puzzle of the enterprise integration architecture. In short, they are big, complex and expensive.

Links - PHP

Feb 11 2009: an important looking update for Eclipse PDT 2.0

A new version of the Eclipse PDT 2.0 environment.

Links - PHP MVC Frameworks

Oct 8 2009: Are MVC frameworks worth the performance hit and hassle ? See Damn Small PHP Frameworks. Because size does matter. Make sure to read comments too.

Feb 10 2009: added PHPulse

Good list of PHP frameworks. Are they all MVC ?

Links - Ruby Wikis and Content Management Systems

Jan 20 2009: created

There is a good collection of simple CMS and wiki gems available for Ruby webapps, most prominently the Ruby on Rails framework. In addition, there are several interface and integration frameworks either based on Rails or presented as alternatives to Rails which provide a solid foundation customized Ruby web applications.

Links - CakePHP Content Management Systems

Update Jan 24 2009: The new PageBakery repository is showing some activity !
Update Dec 4 2008: Mambo 5 movements
Update Sept 19 2008: Wildflower impressions and links

Doing the Mambo

The latest movements in the Mambo 5 project ( Nov 25th 2008 ) -

Links - Web Ontology Language ( OWL2 )

Revised Nov 1 2008: Draft of OWL2 specs.

The recent drafts of the OWL2 specification describe some important changes from OWL1. In a nutshell,

The structural specification of OWL 2 provides the foundation for the implementation of OWL 2 tools such as APIs and reasoners. ... This document also defines the functional-style syntax, which closely follows the structural specification and allows OWL 2 ontologies to be written in a compact form.