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RE: From zero to Hydra hero

From: Markus Lanthaler <markus.lanthaler@gmx.net>
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2015 21:35:43 +0100
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Hi Adrian,

On 19 Jan 2015 at 20:15, Adrian Gschwend wrote:
> After postponing the project way too long I finally red the Hydra specs.
> My first goal is to craft a Turtle sample which defines an API for
> creating an address book like service. Which means create/update/delete
> entries in the address book using foaf&vcard or schema.org vocab.

Great!


> I've read quite some W3C specs but I have to say that I'm more confused
> than anything else after reading the current document.

Not so great :-)


> So before I start asking stupid questions, is there anything else than
> the core spec and the example for the ticketing system?

There's also an event management API: http://bit.ly/hydra-console-event-api


> I ask because
> the ticketing system does not make any sense to me when I transform that
> to Turtle, see for example the entry point:
> 
> http://pastebin.com/XtEufLQw

Don't ignore the HTTP headers. There's a Link header which points to the Hydra ApiDocumentation (the file is called vocab - which should probably be changed).


> I also checked Rubens LD Fragments API but that confused me as well
> because I somehow expected to see IriTemplates but I can't find any in
> the entry point of the API.
> 
> If this was it, I will follow up with more specific questions.

Looking forward to your questions. You may also have a look at issues which have been resolved but not closed yet because the spec hasn't been updated yet:

  http://bit.ly/hydra-resolved-issues


Cheers,
Markus


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