Jonas Sicking wrote:
Sure, but if you have a DOM, what do you do? One solution is certainly
to say that "If you have a DOM, there is no way to extract RDFa data".
This is certainly a possibility, but it does mean that it's impossible
something that's considered important.
Its important. There is already at least one. Works great. There is
also a JS library that does CURIE processing - sort of a support
library for things like RDFa and @role and XML Events 2. Anyway, you
should check out the implementations page at
http://rdfa.info/rdfa-implementations/ and the formal implementation
report at http://www.w3.org/2006/07/SWD/RDFa/implementation-report/
Also, Jeni, don't you have a JS implementation? And Mark, don't you
have something via Ubiquity?
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