In the fourth of our GraphQL + OWL series, we design the “write” side of the system: in GraphQL, Mutations. Mutations, as the name suggests, allow the manipulation of data.
The third part of our “GraphQL + OWL” series deals with types and properties, which are the building blocks of ontology and GraphQL.
In this article, we begin the implementation of a system providing a GraphQL interface on top of an arbitrary set of ontologies.
SolRDF (i.e., Solr + RDF) is a set of Solr extensions for managing (indexing and searching) RDF data. In a preceding post, I described how to set up a standalone SolRDF instance in two minutes; in this post, I’ll describe how to run SolRDF in a simple cluster. The required steps are similar to what […]
The SolRDF Integration Tests Suite
A Solr-backed RDF Store in 2 minutes.