We demonstrate how to develop Web-based user interfaces for Semantic Web applications using commonly available, off-the-shelf Web widget libraries. By formally deﬁning the underlying data model that is assumed by these widgets, Semantic Web application developers can use familiar RDF constructs to map their own data to the model implemented by the Widgets. As an example, we brieﬂy describe the interface model underlying our own framework, and provide concrete examples showing how it has been used to create Semantic Web applications in two different domains. We conclude by discussing the advantages and limitations of our approach.
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