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Posted 17 Dec 2011

cn5apinet - ConceptNet5 API Library

, 28 Mar 2014 GPL3
Connect to ConceptNet 5's REST API



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15 - publicly available Yes 27-Nov-15 18:01 Available JoeSox
Updates in content. Changes: 1
14 No 27-Nov-15 18:00 Available JoeSox
Updates in content. Changes: 191
13 No 28-Mar-14 19:39 Available JoeSox
see comments
11 No 29-Jun-12 12:20 Pending JoeSox
Trying to get the images to display, what's going on?
9 No 28-Jun-12 17:54 Pending JoeSox
Updated article to support ConceptNet API 5.1. Uploaded CNAPINetDemo v1.9.0.0. Uploaded cn5apinet.dll v1.9.0.0 and necessary files.
7 No 20-Jun-12 18:34 Pending JoeSox
Posted ConceptNet API 5.1 note that cn5apinet is broken; working on update.
2 No 18-Dec-11 3:42 Available JoeSox
1 No 17-Dec-11 13:43 Composing JoeSox


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