We want to make it even easier for developers by offering a new service for your application’s backend. But first, we need your help defining what a new GraphQL service offering from Neo4j would look like by answering this short, two-minute survey.
Our goal is to take away friction for developers deploying and managing a GraphQL server, and ultimately provide a seamless offering that helps reduce complexities, create a streamlined workflow, and get your application to market faster.
P.S.: Over 100 NODES talks related to graph technology are now available – for free! Check them out!
FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Mananai Saengsuwan
In his NODES 2022 presentation, Mananai demonstrates how to detect spam and the users who generate it on Twitter. Watch it now!
VISUALIZATION: Autumn Is Bloom-ing With New Visualization FeaturesJonathan Thein describes new features coming in the next update to Neo4j Bloom. There’s a “Show me a graph” preset in Search and a new optional auto-sync in Perspectives. There are useful enhancements to Scenes, too.
NODES SESSION: Making Sense of Geospatial Data With Knowledge Graphs
CYPHER IN NEO4J 5: Fun With Patterns
APPLICATION DEV: Software Testing With Testcontainers Neo4j
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @halftepDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
Oh My #Graph! Our #AdventOfcode2022 journey with #cypher and #neo4j has officially begun!— Pierre Halftermeyer (@halftep) December 1, 2022
Thanks to the Elves and @ericwastl , we have food for the ride and #day1 puzzle to warm up.https://t.co/ejQ2o1yPkl #AdventOfCode pic.twitter.com/rchcRfmiHb
GOING ON NEXT WEEK
Neo4j Live: Discover Neo4j AuraDB Free with Michael and Alexander is on December 12, 2022.
Neo4j Live: APOC Library Updates is on December 13, 2022.
Full Stack GraphQL Book Club: Chapter 4: The Neo4j GraphQL Library is on December 15, 2022.
We are adding new videos every week! Subscribe to our YouTube channel and get notified about new trainings.
… OF SPECIAL INTEREST
- The LeakCanary Project now has Neo4j support so you can import heap dumps into Neo4j and run some graph analysis on top of it.
- When you have a large number of resources in your K8s cluster, you might lose track of all the relationships between them. Check out the kubectl plugin to visualize Kubernetes resources and relationships. Learn more!
- Take a look at Christophe Willemsen’s Docker compose example with a Neo4j 5 cluster here It will spin up a Neo4j 5 cluster with three primary and two secondary servers.