RDF Library Updated
I have updated the
RDF library in the XUL tutorial. I changed the way that datasources are loaded to make more sense. I also added functions to parse RDF from a string, and to serialize a datasource back to a string again. I also added more examples.
You can now do fun things like output your bookmarks as RDF:
Anil Dash has updated Introducing
the Microcontent Client. Interestingly, he even refers to the
I've been working on, which, of course, is why I noticed the change.
Some useful bits of one may find useful.
More RDF stuff
I also created a sample using Dan Brickley's Wordnet service which returns word definitions. Here is an image.
The hardest part is coming up with a name for this thing.
Several years ago there was a contest or something to get free jelly beans. Suddenly, after all this time, I receive a newsletter informing me that
Earwax flavoured jelly beans are available. They sure left that mailing list unused for a while, until they had something important to say.
Hey! I'm now on the list of official Mozilla Weblogs!
How come I have never seen
these DOM demos from mozilla.org before?
Magic Search Engines
Others are also starting to think a bit about making search tools magic.