The Christmas break gave Trond Pettersen enough time to complete part 3 in his series about Building Web Applications with Ontopia. This part shows how to write the code of the actual JSP pages that make up the web application. This means that the series is now completed to the point where it shows you how to actually build an entire web application using Ontopia and Topic Maps.
For reference, these are the parts completed so far:
- Installation and requirements
- Creating the database
- Writing the JSPs
Trond Pettersen has now published part 2 of his excellent series of blog posts on how to develop web applications with Ontopia. This part is called “Creating the database,” and focuses on creating the ontology with the Ontopoly editor. Highly recommended reading!
Trond Pettersen has started a series of blog postings showing how to develop web applications with Ontopia. The first one, called Installation & Requirements, is now posted, and more will follow.