Uduvudu: A Graph-Aware and Adaptive UI Framework for Linked Data

author: Michael Luggen, Department of Informatics, University of Fribourg
published: July 15, 2015,   recorded: May 2015,   views: 1537


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Uduvudu aims to be an easy to use extensible and adaptive RDF User Interface engine. With Uduvudu you can create an interface screen by defining a graph and providing reusable matchers as also templates. The aim of this framework is to consume/render roughly the amount of triples which can be presented on one page or one screen. This can be done in a extremly flexible and also reusable way. The cost you are paying it that the framework is inherently not able to process big ( >10'000 triples ) amounts of data.

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