The first milestone build for the upcoming RDF4J 2.4 release, RDF4J 2.4.0-M1, is now available for download and testing. It includes several new features and improvements, including:
- Several improvements to the RDF4J Console
- RDF4J SparqlBuilder, a new fluent API for creating SPARQL queries in Java
- Lucene and Solr support upgraded to version 6.6
- ElasticSearch support upgraded to version 5.6
- An official RDF4J Server/Workbench docker image
- Improvements to the experimental SHACL implementation
We are pleased to announce Eclipse RDF4J 2.3.2.
Release 2.3.2 is a bug fix release that fixes several further problems in IRI parsing. See the release notes for details.
We are pleased to announce Eclipse RDF4J 2.3.1
Release 2.3.1 is a bug fix release that includes changes to:
- Turtle and TriG boolean fixes
- IRI IPv4 parsing fixes
- Lucene and Spin fixes
The latest version of this semantic graph database, built on RDF4J, is more efficient and faster in loading, processing and updating vast amounts of data.
- The Users are able to make transactional preload processing, which supports resume and consistent output even after failure – saves time and additional effort for the users
- The Users can provide effective error and message reporting in Workbench for the support team
- The users could use now an efficient mechanism to update GraphDB repository data
- DB Administrators, could automate the collection of all important system information and package it as an archive
See the full announcement here: GraphDB 8.5 Release