< Development | Tutorials
- RDF and Ontologies in Nepomuk
- An introduction to RDF and the usage of ontologies in Nepomuk.
- Nepomuk Quickstart
- How to use Nepomuk resources in a quick and painless way without much fuss.
- Data Layout in Nepomuk
- An overview of which and how data is stored in Nepomuk.
- Handling Resources with Nepomuk
- Nepomuk is the KDE library which provides easy access to metadata in the Nepomuk system. Learn how to make your application create and read metadata using the Nepomuk system.
- Using the Nepomuk Query API
- Starting with KDE 4.4 Nepomuk provides a desktop query API.
- Advanced Queries
- The real power of Nepomuk can only be exposed when performing fancy queries on the data repository. This tutorial provides an introduction to semantic and full text queries in Nepomuk.
- The Nepomuk Server and the Architecture of the Nepomuk subsystem
- The Nepomuk Server hosts the main Nepomuk data repository and can be accessed directly via a Soprano API.
- Nepomuk Services
- The Nepomuk Server manages a set of Nepomuk services.
- Storage Service The probably most important service hosts the Nepomuk data repository using Soprano.
- Ontology Loader Makes sure installed ontologies such as RDF, RDFS, NRL, or Xesam are loaded into the storage repository.
- File Watch Service Monitors the file system for changes and updates the file resource paths and URIs in Nepomuk.
- Strigi Service Controls Strigi, the file indexing tool which extracts metadata from files and stores it into the storage repository.
- Query Service Provides persistant query folders.
- Nepomuk Tips and Tricks
- A set of tips and tricks for development with Nepomuk and Soprano. This is a must-read if you intend to use Nepomuk in your application or hack on it directly.
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