Monthly Archives: April 2015

Implementing CSV on the Web

As I blogged about before, I’ve implemented the current drafts of [CSV on the Web][] in the [rdf-tabular gem][]. The gem is is available from [rdf-tabular repo][] and is in the public domain (Unlicense) and is freely usable by anyone wishing to get a start on their own implementation. For those wishing to take an incremental approach, this post describes the basic workings of the gems, highlights more advanced cases necessary to pass the [Test Suite][] and attempts to provide some insight into the process of implementing the specifications. Read More…

CSV on the Web

As many who follow me know, I’ve long been involved in the Linked Data and Semantic Web movements. It’s been my privilege to work on several successful projects, notably [RDFa][1], [Microdata RDF][2], and [JSON-LD][3]. For the past several months I’ve actively been working with the W3C [CSV on the Web][4] Working Group to help define a mechanism for transforming tabular data into RDF and JSON.

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