Archive for 2012

    Semantic Sling Part II - Turtle Soup

    July 2, 2012 12:14 AM

    In the first post of the series I have since affectionately titled "Semantic Sling," I took a rather hypothetical look at serving Linked-Data out of the Sling server and whether Sling and JCR exposed any functionality which facilitated such service. This analysis took the form of a mapping between the tenets of Linked-Data and the capabilities inherent to Sling and JCR. Of all the tenets, number three was underserved by both directly, though I did indicate that functionality present in both could be built upon.

    posted by Paul Michelotti

    Maintaining Visibility of CQ Editables

    April 10, 2012 4:43 PM

    Content elements such as multi-tab content controls and collapsible content sections are prevalent on modern websites.  In an Adobe CQ5 authoring environment, a common business requirement is to allow the authoring of such elements in place.  Such requirements necessitate the elements of the CQ authoring environment (edit bars, drop areas for paragraph systems, etc) to be hidden and shown as the content which they represent is hidden and shown.

    posted by Paul Michelotti

    Thoughts Concerning Serving Linked Data from Apache Sling

    April 2, 2012 2:13 PM

    Reviewing the JCR specification as well as some of the Apache Sling documentation, I caught a wiff of congruity between the functionality they exposed and the tenets of Linked Data as they are popularly defined in relation to the Semantic Web (listing 1). What struck me about this was that the congruity seemed inherent to JCR and Sling and was, from what I can tell, unintentional. Realization of this happy accident gave rise to the question of the ease with which Linked Data can be housed and served using Sling and JCR and the faculties built into each.

    posted by Paul Michelotti
Top

Recent Posts

Blog Archive