The latest M03 milestone release of Neo4j 2.0 is as you expected all about improvements to Cypher. This blog post also discusses some changes made in the last milestone (M02) which we didn’t fully cover.MERGECypher now contains a MERGE clause… Learn More »

This is the first in a series of blog posts that discuss the usage of a graph database like Neo4j to store, compute and visualize a variety of software metrics and other types of software analytics (method call hierarchies, transitive… Learn More »

In the wake of Tuesdays Neo4j 1.9 GA release, the Neo4j community released a number of dependent ecosystem projects for Neo4j 1.9 to the Neo4j Maven repository (m2.neo4j.org).Some of them follow a new versioning scheme.Here is the list for 1.9:Structr… Learn More »

After over a year of R&D, five milestone releases, and two release candidates, we are happy to release Neo4j 1.9 today! It is available for download effective immediately. And the latest source code is available, as always, on Github.The 1.9… Learn More »

What happened beforeAs  you may remember, I created a little beer graph some time ago to experiment and have fun with beer, and graphs. And yes, I have been having LOTS of fun with it – using it to explain… Learn More »

During this busy week of Android hacking at Google I/O, we are pleased to announce an amazing new Community project, for all of those who have been yearning to run Neo4j on mobile: Neo4j Mobile for Android v0.1! This project… Learn More »

A bit has happened since I (Alex Averbuch) last updated you about progress in the LDBC (Linked Data Benchmark Council), and Neo’s part in it. So, without further ado and in no particular order, here’s what we’ve been doing…Second Technical User… Learn More »

A bunch of different graphistas have pointed out to me in recent months that there is something funny about Graphs and email. Specifically, about graphs and email analysis. From my work in previous years at security companies, I know that… Learn More »

Bonjour, namaste, aloha, hej!This past weekend, a team from Neo Technology participated in the NASA International Space Apps Challenge. Pernilla, Tobias, and Mattias from Neo Technology joined forces with our friend Hatim, who is an organizer of the Stockholm Neo4j… Learn More »

Today is Leonhard Euler’s birthday, and we’re celebrating by announcing a first Release Candidate for Neo4j 1.9, now available for download! This release includes a number of incremental changes from the last Milestone (1.9-M05). This release candidate includes the last… Learn More »

We’ve been working to improve our architecture in our Heroku Add-on.  We’ve also been working on making it possible for you guys to migrate off of our deprecated Test plan, and onto our supported Try plan.  That’s taken longer than… Learn More »

Hi all,We are very proud to announce the next milestone of the Neo4j 1.9 release cycle. This time, we have been trying to introduce as few big changes as possible and instead concentrate on things that make the production environment… Learn More »

I am sure that many of you are very technical people, very knowledgeable about all things Java, Dr. Who and many other things – but I in case you have ever met me, you would probably have noticed that I… Learn More »

Today we’re happy to announce Neo4j 1.9.M04, the next milestone on our way to the Neo4j 1.9 release.For this milestone we have worked on further improvements in Cypher, resolving several issues and continued to improve performance.Something many users has asked for is Scala… Learn More »