metaphactory 4.2 lowers the barrier for Knowledge Graph application building with interactive wizards
We're delighted to announce the release of metaphactory 4.2 which makes building Knowledge Graph applications easier than ever through interactive, no-code wizards for setting up and configuring search and authoring interfaces that cater to specific end-user information needs.
The new wizards introduced in version 4.2 are one of the pillars of metaphactory's low-code approach for building knowledge graph applications. They allow application engineers to focus entirely on translating end-user information needs into intuitive, model-driven interfaces without getting caught up in the technical details of the semantic technologies stack.
Using the wizards application engineers identify and visually select classes, relations and attributes from the ontology that are required to capture the end-users’ information intent. The low-code HTML5 component configuration generated through the wizards can then be inserted into any application page. To incrementally advance the end-user application in an agile spirit, the configurations can be further tailored through metaphactory’s low-code approach, i.e., by refining the component logic through parameters, or the design and layout through HTML and CSS to meet the desired look-and-feel.
To learn more about metaphactory’s low-code application building approach and see the wizards in action, have a look at this blog post »
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