October 10, 2011
by Andreas Gruber
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Apache Stanbol now with multi-language support

Most European small to medium sized companies manage digital content in multiple languages. So a semantic engine, that can understand multiple languages would be an asset. Apache Stanbol (incubating) has made a start. It provides multilingual features for some European … Continue reading

September 23, 2011
by Andreas Gruber
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Using custom vocabularies with Apache Stanbol

There are at least two major reasons, why you may want to shy away from using many of the popular services for text analysis and annotation in an enterprise setting. Firstly, their nature as a service which forces you to send content … Continue reading

August 31, 2011
by Andreas Gruber
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Create Rich User Experiences with VIE widgets

Many of today’s web applications and most content management systems mesh their UI front-end deeply with their repositories. As Henri Bergius from Nemein pointed out in a recent blog – “Just to make your website editable you need to accept the web … Continue reading

August 30, 2011
by Andreas Gruber
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Apache Stanbol – Free and Ready to use Semantic Engine for Content Management

The IKS vision is to bring semantic technologies as open source components to small and medium sized CMS providers. A major contribution of IKS to the CMS space is Apache Stanbol, the open source semantic enhancements engine that is being … Continue reading

July 15, 2011
by Andreas Gruber
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IKS Paris Workshop Wrap-up

The fifth IKS community workshop took place last week in Paris. More than 90 participants, representing a diverse group of stakeholders came together to learn how semantic technologies can extend current content management experiences.