IKS Blog – The Semantic CMS Community

January 7, 2013
by Henri

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Create.js in 2013

It is now 2013, and the IKS project, started back in 2009 to improve content management systems through semantic technologies, has ended. Alongside Apache Stanbol and VIE.js, the Create.js inline editing toolkit was one of the major outcomes of this … Continue reading

December 21, 2012
by dlehrer

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Conatix Business Intelligence System Integration of Stanbol and VIE Functionalities

Conatix is a Berlin- and London-based startup and a spin-off project of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin developing an online semi-automated business intelligence (business research) system based on recent advances in machine learning.  Conatix applied and tested Stanbol in the Business … Continue reading

December 21, 2012
by AKuckartz

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buddycloud with Semantic Enhancements

buddycloud (see buddycloud.org and buddycloud.com) is a set of software components and protocols to create a Federated Social Web. Such Distributed Social Media do not depend on proprietary platforms. The components of buddycloud are available as Open Source (Apache License 2.0).

December 14, 2012
by wziegler

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Semantic content enhancements for Drupal, Drupal modules and an IKS-demo Drupal distribution!

As previously announced I’ve been recently working together with Stéphane Corlosquet on integrating the tools provided by the IKS project to do semantic content enhancements in Drupal as part of the IKS early adopter program. Now, we’ve the pleasure to … Continue reading

November 23, 2012
by AnilChenai

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Stanbol and VIE integration in DotNetNuke

DotNetNuke is an open source web content management system based on Microsoft .NET. One of our customers is potentialy interested in using briefing notes (short and informal texts about important or interesting events, or any astonishing, surprising, notable facts). This … Continue reading