Graph Applications Overview
A full list of published graph apps for Neo4j is provided on our Graph App Gallery. You can also open the Graph App Gallery within Neo4j Desktop by navigating to the Graph Apps Pane using the four square icon on the left hand menu.
Each Graph App in the Graph App Gallery has it’s own installation link. Provided you have Neo4j Desktop installed, the Graph App Gallery will open a deep-link into Neo4j Desktop instructing it to download and install the Graph App.
You can instruct Neo4j Desktop to install a Graph App by using a deep link with the
neo4j-desktop:// scheme. The URL to the Graph App should be passed as a URL parameter. The full link is:
neo4j-desktop://graphapps/install?url=[URL to NPM style repository Remote Graph App].
For example, to install GraphQL Architect, you could use the following URL:
Any website can be installed as a Graph App, these are referred to as Remote Graph Apps. An example is Halin, which can either be installed as a standalone Graph App or as a Remote Graph App which is hosted remotely at halin.graphapp.io.
To install a Remote Graph App, enter the URL of the Graph App into the File or URL input box at the bottom of the Graph Apps Pane. Once installed you should receive a confirmation message.
All available Graph Apps are listed in the Graph Apps Pane located on the left hand menu in Neo4j Desktop. The Graph Apps are listed in alphabetical order. You can launch a Graph App by clicking the icon
Graph Apps can also be launched from the Action Bar. As you type the name of the Graph App you wish to open, the list of suggestions will filter. You can use the arrow keys to select the appropriate entry from the list of suggestions and press enter to execute the command.
The Action Bar can be opened by clicking the Magnifying Glass icon in the top right hand corner of the UI or using the keyboard shortcut:
We have a guide to step through the process of building your own graph app, so you can provide your own unique tool on top of Neo4j. We cannot wait to see what you build!
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