By Neo4j Staff | September 15, 2011 Last time Nigel discussed Neo4j, he introduced Py2neo, a binding between Python and Neo4j.
This time, he’s back to talk about pagination with Neo and Cypher.
“Fundamentally, the method described here exploits the order by, skip and limit features of Cypher in order to return only a segment of the total results from the overall result set.”
He then presents a demo using numbers, with each node containing the numerical value and English name ( “number”: 12, “name”: “twelve” )
Check out his blog post on pagination, and keep up the great work Nigel!
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