Web 3.0 refers to the current step in the evolution of the web, which balances the relationship among organizations, users, and their data. Solid technology can achieve these goals by storing data in interoperable Solid Pods.Watch
In this video we talk about Solid Pods. We define what a Solid Pod is, consider its place on the web, and examine its potential.
We discuss what the Solid standard and its components are, and conclude with introducing the Enterprise Solid Server as an implementation of the Solid standard and an infrastructure to host Solid Pods at scale.
Explore the Enterprise Solid Server. We start by defining what it is, and then dive into its components pertaining to the Pod Lifecycle, Authentication, Authorization, and Data management.
In this video we talk about WebID, and a WebID Profile. To get our own WebID and Solid Pod we use PodSpaces, which is an Inrupt hosted version of ESS for testing and evaluation.
Learn the basics of Linked Data and how it is essential to enabling interoperability on the web. We dive into Linked Data Principles, the Semantic Web, and common RDF syntaxes like Turtle and JSON-LD.
What is Linked Data and how it is the key to introducing interoperability back to the World Wide Web? We start by reviewing what interoperability means and then define Linked Data.
How are Linked Data Principles used on the Web today? We take a glimpse into the world of a more interoperable web.
See how Linked Data is implemented and works in practice.
We continue our exploration of Turtle, which is a common RDF syntax, using an example that we started working with in the previous video.
Learn about JSON-LD, which is a common RDF syntax. For this topic we use an example that we started to work with in the previous two videos.