We are pleased to announce RDF4J 2.1.5. This is a patch release, containing 2 bug fixes in the SPARQL engine. See the RDF4J 2.1.5 release notes for details.
Meanwhile, the next minor release, RDF4J 2.2, is scheduled for February 2. See the release milestone overview for more details on what’s (tentatively) included in this release.
To make it easier for people to get started with RDF in Java, we have added a new tutorial to our documentation site: How to use RDF and the RDF4J Framework.
The tutorial includes many code examples that can also be downloaded from GitHub, so you can try them out yourself. We hope you will find it useful!
We are pleased to announce RDF4J 2.1.4. This is a patch release, containing 5 bug fixes, including a number of fixes to handling of concurrent transactions in the Native Store, and some fixes in the SPARQL engine. See the RDF4J 2.1.4 release notes for details.
Ontotext have announced the release of GraphDB 8, the eighth major version of its semantic graph database. GraphDB 8 implements the latest Eclipse RDF4J API to serve users who need high availability, scalability, and premium support. For more information on features and how to obtain GraphDB 8, read the company’s announcement.
We congratulate Ontotext on this major new release, and on being the first major database vendor to transition their flagship product to RDF4J!