Rdf & Ruby on Rails

Active RDF is a simple library that maps your ruby objects to the RDF data model and vice versa. It uses the Redland Ruby bindings, but hides the tedious work of dealing with triples, by mapping them straight to the ruby object model. The equivalent of JDO for Ruby, but much simpler. Way to go!

Note: I don't have experience with Ruby On Rails, but welcome the competition. :-) And apparently it works real well on Sun Servers too.

Update:

  • Andrew Newman has some more links on this story.
  • Tim Bray points to a very interesting article comparing many of the different java web frameworks and how they relate to Ruby on Rails. It is good to see how these frameworks are evolving with the competition.
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