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Presentation: An Introduction to FluidDB

We briefly covered FluidDB in the past when I mis-named it the Wikipedia of databases. The presentation embedded below clarifies a bit more the following questions:

  • what is FluidDB: a platform for the web of things, each represented by an openly writable “social” object
  • why FluidDB: most of the information nowadays lives inside walled gardens, so its difficult to make real use of it. I especially enjoyed this slide explaining the problem with closed information:
    Issue with walled garden information
  • how to use FluidDB: all applications use the same FluidDB database through a RESTful API