Knud Möller – RDFa everywhere
Web Directions South 2010, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, October 14 11.45am.
RDFa is a W3C standard for embedding semantic metadata directly into HTML web pages. While early work on RDFa dates back to 2004, it recently gathered a lot of uptake and traction through the adoption by big players such as Google, Yahoo! and Facebook. This has put the Semantic Web into the attention of a much wider public, setting RDFa out the be the technology to finally bring the Semantic Web into the mainstream. The language gained the status of a W3C recommendation in late 2009 as RDFa 1.0. Since then, the RDFa working group has been established to improve and extend the standard. Eventually, this work will result in a new version of the language, which is set to be released as RDFa 1.1 in 2011. In this talk, an overview will be given of the RDFa technology in general, followed by an outline of its latest developments, such as the RDFa API, or the definition of RDFa Core, which prepares the standard to extend its scope beyond the context of web pages, by allowing it to be included into any other markup language than just HTML.
About Knud Möller
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- Clientside templates for reactive UI - Tim Oxley
- Peter Mika - Making the Web searchable
- An introduction to the File API - video presentation from Cameron McCormack
- Fantastic forms for mobile web - Tammy Butow