Re: ANN: Tal4Rdf 0.1 (Template Language for RDF)

you could add a processing instruction at the top of the RDF data,
pointing at the stylesheet. just like XML/XSLT stuff.

and let the processor of a semantic web browser ( such as ) do the client-side transformation on the fly ?

i would definitely like to add such a feature in Datao.
contact me if you like that idea.

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 4:02 PM, Pierre-Antoine Champin
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> Hi Niklas
> Niklas Lindström a écrit :
>> Hi Pierre-Antoine,
>> very cool! I'll check this out in more detail -- it may prove highly
>> useful for some holiday experiments I've planned. :)
> Thanks for your interest :)
>> Before knowing much about the details, an idea I've had (regarding
>> rdf-savvy templating), which this processor may be perfect for, is to
>> automatically annotate the output with RDFa.. (E.g. in addition to
>> setting the content to the value of "foaf:name", adding the attribute
>> @property="foaf:name; etc.). Just some food for thought for further
>> development of this.
> A remark about RDF rendering and RDFa: in many situations, I would
> rather add a <link> tag pointing to the actual RDF file rather than
> *encoding* that RDF into RDFa... But the template may sometimes display
> data that are not publicly available as is, so indeed it makes sense.
> In the current state, the engine will not *automatically* add RDFa.
> Nothing prevents you, of course, to design the template in order to
> produce RDFa, but I'm guessing this is not what you would call "automatic".
> I am nevertheless considering the relations between TAL attributes and
> RDFa. My idea was more: could I transform an RDFa annotated page into a
> template ? But the other direction is interesting as well.
>> Thanks, and best regards,
>> Niklas Lindström
>> (In other news, I have this mad experiment of turning sparql results
>> into "trees" (as opposed to flat, joined result rows), which then can
>> be xslt:d into "anything" much more easily. I'll get back on this..)
> I have the short time plan to support SPARQL queries in T4R as well. But
>  I will rather use either iterable SELECT result, or rdf-like CONSTRUCT
> result.
>  thanks for the feedback
>  Pierre-Antoine

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