OntoWiki facilitates the visual presentation of a knowledge base as an information map, with different views on instance data. It enables intuitive authoring of semantic content, with an inline editing mode for editing RDF content, similar to WYSIWIG for text documents.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Information Management Internet Web Dynamic Content Wiki Scientific/Engineering|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows macos|
|Implementation||PHP5 HTML AJAX Zend Framework jQuery sparql|
|Translations||English German Chinese|
Release Notes: This release adds RDFa widget editing, an extension architecture with support for components, themes, a datawrapper, translations, and generic plugins, authentication support for local sioc:Users, FOAF+SSL WebIDs, and OpenIDs, support for LinkedData both as server and consumer, translations to English, German, and Chinese, separation of the Semantic Web API Erfurt from the OntoWiki core, support for multiple SPARQL RDF stores (implementations are available for Virtuoso and ZendDB, i.e., MySQL), a pattern-based query cache, and data gathering backends (e.g., for LinkedData gathering).
Release Notes: This version comes with Statement Based Access Control, an improved RDF/XML exporter for resources and models, support for hidden classes, and several GUI enhancements. It also has a new default theme with smarter HTML structure and a desktop-like style with windows and menus. The second version of the OntoWiki Command Line Interface (owcli) is included, which features support for SPARQL queries, bash auto-completion, new commands for content subscriptions, and geocoding.