After a first preview release a couple of weeks ago we worked hard to prepare a first public release of Triplify. We fixed a number of bugs and added several additional features, some example configurations for popular Web applications were created and the Web site was completely overhauled: Michael Haschke created the new Triplify logo as well as the design and most other visuals on the site. For those who missed the first Triplify announcement:
Triplify enables the effortless â€œsemantificationâ€ of Web applications. Triplify is a small plugin for Web applications, which reveals the semantic structures encoded in relational databases by making database content available as RDF, JSON or Linked Data.
Triplify is very light weight: It consists just of few files with less than 500 lines of code. For a typical Web application a configuration for Triplify can be created in less than one hour and if this Web application is deployed multiple times (as most open-source Web applications are) the configuration can be reused without modifications.
Triplify makes Web applications easier mashable and lays the foundation for next generation, semantics based Web searches.
More infos, the software release, some example configurations for OpenConf, Open Journal Systems, WackoWiki, WordPress and Drupal are available from: http://triplify.org