Here are key practices we need to follow according to the Linked Data Basic Profile 1.0.
Use standard HTTP methods for touching resources.
As well as SPARQL, a resource server should provide HTTP methods of POST or PUT, DELETE, PUT or PATCH, and GET for creating, deleting, updating, and fetching resources. For update-collision tolerance, clients should use HTTP If-Match and ETags for updating resources (with PUT or PATCH).
Use RDF/XML for representing any resource indicated by and requested through a URI.
To be continued.
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