By going over the resource with your mouse, a box will appear in the lower left-hand corner in which certain features will be indicated, including the resource's endpoint.
The system seems to freeze when I open certain resources, and with IE it does not seem to work.
LodLife makes full use of the computer's power that it is accessing, and this has allowed us to develop an application that does not require any server component. The application can therefore be used immediately once it is downloaded.
We recommend using a recently up-dated browser, particularly Opera, Safari or Google Chrome; FireFox will work but with a slower navigation function; Internet Explorer does not currently work with the application because it is not capable of managing certain LodLive features and functions.
LodLive is available on GitHub https://github.com/dvcama/LodLive
Diego Valerio Camarda (firstname.lastname@example.org), Silvia Mazzini (email@example.com) e Alessandro Antonuccio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Diego is responsible for the app development, Silvia established the criteria basis, and Alessandro developed the interface design. The group has worked together day after day, and the tasks at hand have often blended through their collaboration.
For further information and contacts: email@example.com.
It is important to provide as much information as possible on the resources existing in the endpoint and on the specificities of the dataset. LodLive can be specifically configured to best represent the contents that it navigates.
LodLive is the first navigator to use RDF resources based solely on SPARQL endpoints.
LodLive aims to demonstrate how resources published by W3C standards for the semantic web can be made easily accessible and legible with a few viable tools.
LodLive is capable of connecting the resources existing in its configured endpoints, allowing the user to pass from one endpoint to another by making use of LOD interconnection capacities.