To learn more, check out the following list of resources (blogs, videos and sites):
Have a blog post about NeoDash you’d like to share? Let us know and we can add it to this list!
When you’re done building a dashboard and want to show to others as a read-only web page, you can set up a Standalone Mode deployment of NeoDash.
If you need help setting this up, please contact the NeoDash team.
NeoDash is safe to be used in a production environment. As it is a reporting tool, keep the following things in mind:
Always use read-only Neo4j accounts when connecting to a dashboard.
Always deploy NeoDash with SSL, so that an encrypted Neo4j connection must be used.
As NeoDash accesses Neo4j directly, make sure you only give access to the right people. As a rule of thumb, you should give NeoDash access to the people that can also see Bloom.
For other questions regarding setting up your own production deployment, contact the NeoDash team.
Yes, NeoDash can be used with any type of Neo4j deployment (On-premise, cloud, or fully managed in Neo4j Aura). We do however recommend that you use the Enterprise version, as it lets you create a dedicated read-only user for reporting.
Feature requests and bug reports are more than welcome. Please open an issue on Github. Issues will be addressed on a best-effort basis.
If you’re looking for a specific feature with high priority, you can reach out to the Neo4j team.
NeoDash is an open-source tool that can be extended by anyone. If you are interested in contributing, please check out the Github repository.
Aside from code contributions, we are also very happy to hear about how you use NeoDash. If you have a blog post, podcast or video of your graph dashboard, let us know!
If you are interested in a services agreement to support your NeoDash deployment, please reach out to the Neo4j Services Team.