GraphConnect is almost here, which means it’s time for our annual GraphHack Hackathon! Join other graph hackers for a fun day of building applications featuring Neo4j’s great integrations with other popular technologies (a.k.a. buzzwords). This year’s event will be hosted… Read more →

It’s that time of year again. In less than five weeks, Emil will be getting on stage at GraphConnect 2018 in the heart to Times Square, NYC and announcing the new release of….wow, I think we’re getting a little ahead… Read more →

Our team at LARUS has been quite busy since the last JDBC driver release. Today, we’re happy to announce the 3.3.1 release of the Neo4j-JDBC driver. The release has been upgraded to work with recent Neo4j 3.3.x versions and Bolt… Read more →

In the last seven months since GraphConnect New York, we have worked on enhancing the Neo4j ETL tool adding support for all relational databases with a JDBC driver. We also did some backend optimizations and made few changes to the… Read more →

Last week, I wrote about Graph Gopher, the Neo4j client for iPhone. I mentioned that it was built alongside version 4.0 of Theo, the Swift language driver for Neo4j. Today, we’ll explore the Theo 4.0 update in more detail. But… Read more →

Graph Gopher is a Neo4j browser for iPhone that was recently released to the App Store. Graph Gopher lets you interact natively with your Neo4j graphs through easy browsing and quick entry for new nodes and relationships. It gives you… Read more →

In January 2016 we launched the first-ever Neo4j Certification for professionals so that Neo4j experts could prove their know-how, and this week saw the 1000th person pass the test. The 1000th person to pass the test was Gábor Szárnyas, our… Read more →

As a retailer, if you think keeping up with Amazon is expensive and time-consuming, consider the alternative: extinction. When it comes to delivery and fulfillment, Amazon is the uncontested emperor of ecommerce. Yet, their efficiency in tracking and delivering orders… Read more →

Introduction In this article I would like to introduce the new 1.5.0-beta03 pre-release version of the Bolt Java driver for Neo4j which is now built on an asynchronous, Netty-based infrastructure. Previous versions of the driver used blocking I/O, which meant… Read more →

Today at GraphConnect New York, Neo4j has announced our transformation from the provider of a graph database into the creator of a graph platform. We are making this change to address the evolving needs of customers in their deployment of… Read more →

This post introduces what’s been happening in Spring Data Neo4j recently. You will learn about the new features and the simplification of the programming model, find out what has changed under the cover, such as smarter querying for better performance.… Read more →

This is the first demo I developed with Neo4j. The objective of the demo is to open the discussion about graph databases, Neo4j, big data, analytics and IBM Power Systems with our global customers. I decided to use Twitter as… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Christophe Willemsen at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Christophe Willemsen covers a variety of do-and-don’t tips to help your Cypher queries run faster than ever in Neo4j.… Read more →

It’s summertime, but that doesn’t mean we’re less active building cool stuff for you to use with Neo4j. If you haven’t heard of APOC yet – dubbed “Awesome Procedures On Cypher” – it’s a Swiss Army knife of useful utilities… Read more →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Click here to skip straight to the JDBC driver announcement. During his opening keynote address, Emil… Read more →

We are proud to announce the general availability release of Neo4j 3.2. This release marks an expansion in global scale, enterprise refinement and all-around performance. It signals that the next generation of graph-powered Internet applications will span the globe. To… Read more →

I have been working with graph visualizations for almost 20 years now, but only recently have I begun looking into graph databases. Shortly after I got introduced to Neo4j, I found that when looking at existing dataset examples I often… Read more →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Mapping object models to the Neo4j graph in languages such as Java and Groovy may be… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j, where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph database in the last seven days. This week we look at how to create a Twitter clone using Neo4j, the Neo4j data… Read more →

We are happy to announce that all our officially supported Bolt drivers are now available as versions 1.2. With this release, we massively improved the way you write code to work with a cluster, introducing reusable “transaction functions” and built-in retry… Read more →

Welcome to This Week in Neo4j. If you’ve got any ideas for things we should cover in future editions, I’m @markhneedham on Twitter or send an email to devrel@neo4j.com. WordPress Recommendation Engine Adam Cowley has been busy over the last… Read more →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Many developers mostly stay in their integrated development environments (IDEs) when working on software. That’s why… Read more →

Don’t miss Johannes present on scaling out Neo4j using Apache Mesos and DC/OS at the next Neo4j Online Meetup! (dcos)-[:MANAGES]->(instance)<-[:RUNS_ON]-(neo4j) The same day that Neo4j 3.1 was released in December 2016 it also became available as a Mesosphere Universe package.… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j. This week we’ve got articles showing how to integrate Neo4j with Kibana, using jQAssistant from Pandas, and lots of releases of Neo4j and related projects. But first: International Women’s Day Praveena and Eve answering… Read more →

Welcome to the 2nd edition of This Week in Neo4j! If you’ve got any ideas for things we should cover in future editions, I’m @markhneedham on Twitter or send an email to devrel@neo4j.com. Contributing to Neo4j: Florent Biville Florent Biville… Read more →