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Re: Inverse properties in JSON-LD

From: David Rogers <david.rogers@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2013 16:18:29 +0000
To: Markus Lanthaler <markus.lanthaler@gmx.net>
CC: <public-linked-json@w3.org>
Message-ID: <CD4AA7D5.135A8%david.rogers@bbc.co.uk>
Here's a high-level description of the project:


I'll be talking about the project at QCon London in a couple of weeks, so
watch this space for some slides with more detail:




On 20/02/2013 16:14, "Markus Lanthaler" <markus.lanthaler@gmx.net> wrote:

>> We would need a predicable way of generating inverse property names, so
>> presumably we could prefix properties with '^' to indicate inverse for
>> our
>> APIs? And simply make a reference to this in the context. It would
>> therefore
>> no longer be micro-syntax, simply a convention in our APIs.
> Sure, there are no restrictions on term names.
>> We're building a set of APIs at the BBC which are powered by CONSTRUCT
>> queries on our triple store. We want to provide this data in ways that
>> are
>> more familiar to developers not so familiar with RDF, whilst not losing
>> the
>> 'linked' aspect of the data. JSON-LD was the best fit.
> Great to hear. Does there exist a blog post or something similar describing
> it? The reason why I'm asking is because I try to maintain a list of early
> adopters of JSON-LD.
> Thanks,
> Markus
> --
> Markus Lanthaler
> @markuslanthaler

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