[uf-discuss] [ANN] any23 v0.2 released
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Fri Feb 19 18:01:28 PST 2010
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 1:59 AM, Davide Palmisano <palmisano at fbk.eu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> we are proud to announce a new release of any23 -- Anything to Triples.
Davide, congratulations on your release!
> Any23 is a Java library that parses RDF from a variety of Web document
> formats. The currently supported input formats are RDFa, RDF/XML,
> Turtle, N3, N-Triples, and a number of Microformats.
> Any23 is an Open Source project originated from the code created
> within the Sindice project and now used both inside sindice and in
> related projects e.g. Sig.Ma
> Any23 comes with a handy command-line tool for parsing RDF and
> converting between formats.
> We have also set up a demo service where you can try any23 online and
> use a REST API to convert between different RDF formats, similar in
> spirit to triplr.org:
> The major new features in this release are:
> * Redesigned Java API
> - Input from string, stream, file, or URI
> - Allow choosing which extractors to use
> - Report origin of triples (document/extractor) to client processors
> - Various processors/serializers for extracted triples
> * Added flexible command-line tool for easy testing
> * Vastly improved website and documentation
> * Media type and encoding detection via Apache Tika
> * Switched RDF library from Jena to Sesame
> * Added Maven build
> * Better RDF extraction from Microformats
This is great to hear.
Tom Morris has already kindly added any23 to the parsers page:
Could you list the specific microformats that are parsed by any23?
And even better, feel free to add any23 to the *-implementations pages
of the microformats that it supports, e.g. if it supports hCard, add
> The following people have contributed to this release: Michele
> Mostarda and Davide Pamisano (FBK, Trento, Italy, Web of Data Unit
> (WED) ); Richard Cyganiak and Jürgen Umbrich (DERI, NUI Galway,
> Ireland); Michele Catasta (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland), Giovanni
> All the best,
> Davide Palmisano on behalf of the contributors
Thanks again for all your excellent work and for contributing to
bettering the interoperability of semantic data on the web.
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