Ontopia Code Camp

Ontopia tutorial

The Ontopia project invites you to participate in the Ontopia tutorial at TMRA 2010. The full day tutorial will take place September 29. Participation requires registration for the tutorials day at TMRA 2010.

The Ontopia tutorial covers the architecture and components of the Ontopia suite, showing how to use them to develop Topic Maps-based applications. The tutorial covers both the end-user tools, such as Omnigator (browser), Ontopoly (editor), and Vizigator (visualization). It also shows how to build web applications using tolog and the JSP tag libraries, how to do data integration with TMRAP, TMSync, and DB2TM, and how to use the automated classification support.

The tutorial also provides an overview of the Java API, as well as a quick look at the internal architecture of Ontopia and how to get the most performance out of the product



The Ontopia Code Camp will be staged by two of the most important heads behind the Ontopia project.

Lars Marius Garshol, one of the founders of Ontopia, and development manager/CTO at Ontopia from 2000 to 2007. Now he is project leader for the open source project at Bouvet.
Geir Ove Grønmo is one of the founders of Ontopia, and now he is lead developer for the Ontopia product since 1999.


Who is invited?

We assume that participants are familiar with Topic Maps, and that they have some understanding of Java and JSP. It is recommended, but not required, to bring a laptop with the latest Ontopia version installed.

Impressions from the Ontopia Code Camp at TMRA 2009