#GraphCast: Neo4j Sandbox Quick Start Guide for Summer of Nodes

Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight.

Last time, our News Editor, Jessica Baumgardner shared her detective side with How to Solve a Crime with Graph Theory by Science Please.

Watch this video on Neo4j Sandbox.

This week, we are learning how to set up Neo4j Sandbox for Summer of Nodes. The Neo4j Sandbox is a way for you to get up and running with a project in no time at all – no downloading or installing required.

Sandbox is especially suited for users who are new to Neo4j and want to play around with a simple example. The Sandbox environment is collaborative and interactive, allowing users to invite team members and can stay live for up to 10 days.

If you are especially new to Neo4j, Sandbox allows you to jump into the code and interact with different guides. The examples are available both on desktop or on the console.

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