WikiNEXT: A wiki for exploiting the web of data
|WikiNEXT: A wiki for exploiting the web of data|
|Author(s)||Arapov P., Buffa M., Othmane A.B.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing|
|Keyword(s)||Knowledge Management, Semantic Web, Semantic Wikis, Web Applications, Web2.0, Wikis (Extra: Cloning, Knowledge management, Semantic Web, Application wikis, External data sources, Integrated development environment, Interactive tutorials, Semantic Wikis, WEB application, Web2.0, Wikis, Web services)|
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WikiNEXT: A wiki for exploiting the web of data is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Arapov P., Buffa M., Othmane A.B. and published in Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing.
This paper presents WikiNEXT, a semantic application wiki. WikiNEXT lies on the border between application wikis and modern web based IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) like jsbin.com, jsfiddle.net, cloud9ide.com, etc. It has been initially created for writing documents that integrate data from external data sources of the web of data, such as DBPedia.org or FreeBase.com, or for writing interactive tutorials (e.g. an HTML5 tutorial, a semantic web programming tutorial) that mix text and interactive examples in the same page. The system combines some powerful aspects from (i) wikis, such as ease of use, collaboration and openness, (ii) semantic web/wikis such as making information processable by machines and (iii) web-based IDEs such as instant development and code testing in a web browser. WikiNEXT is for writing documents/pages as well as for writing web applications that manipulate semantic data, either locally or coming from the web of data. These applications can be created, edited or cloned in the browser and can be used for integrating data visualizations in wiki pages, for annotating content with metadata, or for any kind of processing. WikiNEXT is particularly suited for teaching web technologies or for writing documents that integrate data from the web of data. Copyright 2014 ACM.
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