February 14, 2012
Ideally, declarative query languages (ie SQL, SPARQL) would be so powerful that we would never need to perform any procedural server side programming in the database. However, the reality is that every Enterprise application backed by a relational database relies heavily on server side programming language link PL/SQL or a very vendor specific binding to Java/C++.
MongoDB’s wide adoption has created a large demand for working with JSON objects. Our proposed library supports the MongoDB API to make working with JSON objects in combination with RDF nearly transparent. On top of all this, we can take any server defined program or function and make it instantly available as a REST call which instantly opens the Semantic Web to a host of programming talent.
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