RDFHomepage or Finally, a use for your FOAF file

Gunnar Aastrand Grimnes, Sven Schwarz, Leo Sauermann

In: Proceedings of Semantic Web Scripting Workshop at ESWC06. European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC) 2006.


This paper presents the RDFHomepage project, a framework for using a person's structured data sources to auto-generate an HTML homepage. RDFHomepage uses RDF files as input, and currently supports several well-known RDF schemas, such as FOAF. In addition to these we have RDF converters for other structured file-formats, like Bibtex. RDFHomepage produces valid HTML 4.01 Transitional pages, and makes it easy to roll-out functional homepages for a group of people. The generated HTML code is very general, allowing quick and easy page-redesigning using CSS. RDFHomepage is written in PHP and uses our system for generating PHP classes based on RDF class definitions, enabling quick and easy development of RDF handling PHP code.


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