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Challenge Entry: Graphity – The Danish Newspapers

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Title: Graphity – The Danish Newspapers
Team: Graphity

Short Description

Danish Newspapers is a registry of newspapers with historical and factual metadata records, curated by the Danish State and University Library. The library was looking for a vendor that could digitize three existing printed volumes and turn them into a modern online solution with an option to edit existing data and add new data, both structured and rich-text.

Graphity Linked Data Platform was used for developing the Web application that publishes Linked Data as well as user-friendly and mobile-ready XHTML.

Graphity Team: Martynas Jusevicius, Dziugas Tornau & Niels Jacobsen (bit2media)

Comments

  1. Aiste Best

    April 28, 2015

    Interesting software. There is plenty of Linked Data browsers, but hard to find interactive and user friendly solutions for Linked Data app creation without too much technical hassle.

  2. Arto Bendiken

    April 29, 2015

    Having seen Graphity in action on a number of projects now, it’s a fantastic way to build publishing applications entirely declaratively. Graphity is without question one of the most promising Linked Data platforms today.

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