Sarah

Boston, MA

sarahkeefe.com

Age: 25

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accepted Is this a good way to implement a search feature in my Rails application that uses dbpedia and SPARQL? Is there a better way to do this?
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accepted Are there any good alternatives for jQuery popBox (a script that automatically extends a text field into a popup textarea in a dialog window?)
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comment Are there any good alternatives for jQuery popBox (a script that automatically extends a text field into a popup textarea in a dialog window?)
oh nice, that was why I needed an alternative. Thanks for this, I assumed the plugin was no longer being used and that the links wouldn't be replaced. I'll mark this as correct but if there are any others that anyone knows of it would be helpful to have alternative options!
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asked Are there any good alternatives for jQuery popBox (a script that automatically extends a text field into a popup textarea in a dialog window?)
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comment Is this a good way to implement a search feature in my Rails application that uses dbpedia and SPARQL? Is there a better way to do this?
Hi, thanks for the response! I added some code for an example query I am using, just using a basic regex to test a string, but in my re-testing of it just now I am noticing it times out a LOT when I try to run it with a simple string. I will look into your other suggestions now. thank you!
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revised Is this a good way to implement a search feature in my Rails application that uses dbpedia and SPARQL? Is there a better way to do this?
added code for a query I am using for testing
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accepted How can I change the default parameter names in Rails 3 routing?
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asked Is this a good way to implement a search feature in my Rails application that uses dbpedia and SPARQL? Is there a better way to do this?
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