Recent Posts

Loading data from SPARQL Endpoints into Excel Power Map

23 Jul 2013

Following on from the previous post about Visualizing data in Excel, I decided to have a look at how easy it would be to load data from a SPARQL endpoint into an Excel Power Map.

Visualizing Data In Excel

17 Jul 2013

After attending a very engaging and interesting talk given by Gary Short at Bristol’s DotNetDevNet group, I decided to have a play around with two tools that he showed us for querying and visualizing data in Microsoft Excel.

EPiServer Module UI patch

08 Jul 2013

We have just released a minor patch to the TMCore EPiServer Module 7.0. This fixes a UI issue with the new EPiServer edit interface where a Javascript error could occur when more than one Topic Map widget is added to the interface. The patch can be installed by downloading the NetworkedPlanet.EPiServerModule.AddOn. NuGet package and installing it manually through the AddOns page of your EPiServer installation.

NetworkedPlanet Announce BrightstarDB Commercial Support

04 Jun 2013

Over the last year and a half, the founders of NetworkedPlanet worked together on building BrightstarDB, a unique native .NET triple store with support for MVC application models and LINQ. BrightstarDB was released a couple of months ago as an open-source project on GitHub where we continue to work on extending and improving it. We hope that being open-source with a very permissive MIT license will enable .NET developers to experiment with and use BrightstarDB in all sorts of projects, large and small. However, we realize that for some projects the lack of commercial support for a component such as BrightstarDB can be a deal-breaker.

SharePoint Module 3.3 now available for SharePoint 2013

09 May 2013

NetworkedPlanet are pleased to announce the release of version 3.3 of the TMCore SharePoint Module.

Open Data On The Web - April 2013

25 Apr 2013

I was privileged to be one of the attendees of the Open Data on the Web workshop organized by W3C and hosted by Google in London this week. I say privileged because the gathering brought together researchers, developers and entrepreneurs from all around the world together in a unique mix that I’m sure won’t be achieved again until Phil Archer at W3C organizes the next one.