Redfoot 1.0 released
08:41, 12 Sep 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

The first stable release of James Tauber and Daniel Krech's RDF application framework, Redfoot, is now available.

Redfoot, an open source Python-based framework, is aimed at building data-driven web applications. Tauber writes:

It can be used to develop personal or workgroup information environments, community web sites or any kind of web application that involves managing the relationships between different information objects in a consistent yet extensible manner.

Redfoot's features include:

  • in-memory RDF database
  • RDF parser and serializer
  • query API
  • templating language for building RDF-driven web-sites
  • reusable module architecture and sample modules (including schema-driven RDF editor module and RSS viewer module)
  • beginnings of a peer-to-peer architecture for communication between Redfeet

Redfoot is hosted at SourceForge and is available under a BSD-style license.

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