Most of the data that organisations hold will be in some form of flat data, either in spreadsheets or relational databases. In order for the data to achieve either 4 or 5 star levels of Open Data, this data must be changed to not only use non-proprietary formats but it must also use URIs so that each object can be linked with other data across the World Wide Web.
At NetworkedPlanet we've been specialising in developing systems that help organisations classify and organise their content for over ten years. The Data Platform brings our experience and insight to a product designed to help organisations of all sizes publish Linked Data.
We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.1.7 of our Concepts for EPiServer product.This is a bug-fix release that addresses an issue with using Concepts for EPiServer from the Chrome web browser in which the browser fails to load pages in the editor interface with the message ERR_INCOMPLETE_CHUNKED_ENCODING.
Recently I’ve been chatting to a lot of different people about the benefits of Open Data. One question that seems to crop up again and again is simply why open up the data they have collected to publish on the web?
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of new releases of TMCore07 and the TMCore EPiServer Module.
The BrightstarDB project has just reached another milestone with the 1.8 release announced today. This version adds some requested features to the Entity Framework and Data Objects APIs as well as some performance enhancements. In addition, from this release a Docker image is now available - this is really exciting news as it enables admins to swiftly deploy BrightstarDB instances into dockerized environments - in particular it makes it now trivial to get BrightstarDB up and running in a VM on Azure or AWS.