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Simple server-side 2G phone apps
Mobile phones are transforming economies and societies all over the world, but often with phones that might be considered out-of-date by gadget geeks in more developed nations. The good news is that applications that work with these phones can be very simple to write, and they give your application a huge potential user base. In this article, learn how to write programs that respond to specialized requests for information from 2G phones.
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Articles 25 May 2010
Improve your taxonomy management using the W3C SKOS standard
Until recently, tools for managing controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, and thesauri all stored their data using proprietary formats that made the data difficult to integrate with external systems. The W3C SKOS standard defines a portable, flexible controlled vocabulary format that is increasingly popular, with the added benefit of a good entry-level step toward the use of Semantic Web technology.
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Articles 10 May 2011
A simple SOAP client
This article describes a simple, general purpose SOAP client in Java that uses no specialized SOAP libraries. Instead of creating the SOAP request XML document for you under the hood, this client lets you create your own request with any XML editor (or text editor). Instead of merely giving you the remote method's return values, the client shows you the actual SOAP response XML document. The short Java program shows exactly what SOAP is all about: opening up an HTTP connection, sending the appropriate XML to invoke a remote method, and then reading the XML response returned by the server.
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Articles 01 May 2001
Integrate disparate data sources with Semantic Web technology
Different sets of RDF data are much easier to combine than different sets of data in other common formats. You can easily convert disparate non-RDF data sets to RDF and then combine them to create enriched new content. In this article, learn how to integrate spreadsheet data, CSV data from a web service, and fielded data from a website into a single report.
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Articles 28 Sep 2010
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