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Announcing Callimachus Open Source 1.4.0

From: James Leigh <jamesrdf@leighnet.ca>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 16:37:39 -0500
Message-ID: <1415914659.5146.13.camel@Wild-Dog>
To: public-lod <public-lod@w3.org>, Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
We are pleased to announce the release of Callimachus 1.4.0. Callimachus
1.4.0 can be downloaded at http://callimachusproject.org.

Callimachus is a Web application server for publishing and consuming
data from across the public Web or behind the firewall.  Specifically,
Callimachus is useful for rapidly creating templates for data-driven Web
applications. Using a Web browser, developers can rapidly create Web and
mobile applications that make dynamic queries.  Users can navigate,
manage, visualize and re-use Web content, either on the public or behind
the firewall, in ways they cannot with traditional Web content
management platforms.

Callimachus is used by publishers, healthcare research firms, the
Federal Government, as well as, researchers and students in countries
around the world. Come join us to make Callimachus the world's leading
Web application development platform.

New in this release is support for Linked Data Platform 1.0. This
release is also the first to include an easy to use auto-complete
widget, powered by RDF queries!

New features in this release include:
      * LDP Support on the describedby URLs http://www.w3.org/TR/ldp/
      * .xsl and .xq files now have ?results pragma to execute without a
        pipeline
      * Markdown .md files can now be created and stored in Callimachus
      * SPARQL property paths can now be used within template
        expressions, such as `<h1>{rdfs:label|foaf:name}</h1>`
      * RDF Named Queries can now use `?results&xtq=out:sparql-json` to
        return results in http://www.w3.org/TR/sparql11-results-json/
      * ?select, ?checkbox, and ?radio pragmas are now available to RDF
        Named Query for use as XInclude targets in templates
      * Selectize.js is now included per default in every Callimachus
        page to easily create an autocomplete widget, powered by a named
        RDF query http://brianreavis.github.io/selectize.js/
      * Many new calli. javascript functions to make it easier to build
        complicated Callimachus applications

Callimachus Enterprise 1.4 is available through 3 Round Stones.
http://3roundstones.com/

Regards,
James Leigh
Received on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 16:31:00 UTC

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