MooseX::Semantic - Adding RDF semantics to the Moose framework
MooseX::Semantic is a set of modules that adds a semantic layer to
Moose-powered objects. Moose classes that consume the various roles
MooseX::Semantic offers are interoperable with the RDF::Trine RDF
MooseX::Semantic can be used on multiple levels of integration into RDF.
For basic semantic additions, the following roles are necessary:
Add URIs, datatype and language to your attributes, turning them
into RDF properties.
Adds a class attribute `rdf_type' representing the RDF is-a
Adds an 'rdf_about' attribute to Moose objects turning them into RDF
From Moose to RDF and back
The following classes make round-tripping to/from RDF/Moose possible:
Role for exporting a Moose object to RDF, including serialization
and exporting to SPARQL/U endpoints.
Creating instances of MooseX::Semantic-flavored Moose classes from
Bulk import of multiple RDF resources.
These modules make MooseX::Semantic-enabled classes storable in a
RDF::Trine::Store and handle statement obsolescence.
Assignment a RDF::Trine::Store object to a class, so objects of the
class can be stored and re-imported from that store.
Role that keeps track of changes within an object's set of
statements and helps keeping the statements accurate.
Extract the schema/ontology that a MooseX::Semantic class
Dynamically adding MooseX::Semantic::Meta::Attribute::Trait-enabled
attributes to existing classes or creating MooseX::Semantic classes
directly from a schema such as FOAF.
Defines subtypes and coercions for various RDF-related data
Convenient way to loop through the attributes of a Moose class with
regards to their RDF semantics.
Documentation is lacking, the tests would be a good starting point right
Context isn't properly handled right now.
Performance hasn't been considered yet.
Schema introspection without at least RDFS reasoning can only get you so
Recursive import is buggy.
Konstantin Baierer (<email@example.com>)
Toby Inkster (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself. See perldoc perlartistic.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.