New Cypher Features Inspired by GraphQL [Neo4j 3.1 Preview]

When GraphQL was published as part of Facebook’s React efforts, it made a big buzz as an straightforward means to declare what kind of projection of your domain data you need for a certain UI component. Using a JSON-like syntax… Learn More →


Graph Databases in the Enterprise: Graph-Based Search

Graph-based search is a new approach to data and digital asset management originally pioneered by Facebook and Google. Search powered by a graph database delivers relevant information that you may not have specifically asked for – offering a more proactive… Learn More →


Congratulations Crunchbase!

Crunchbase and Neo4j: Building the Business Graph We are happy to congratulate Crunchbase on their launch of CrunchBase 2.0, their next-generation website built atop Neo4j which includes the first open and public “Business Graph”. If you’re a startup, you are… Learn More →



Ever since Facebook promoted its “graph search” methodology, lots of people in our industry have been waking up to the fact that graphs are über-cool. Thanks to the powerful query possibilities, people like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and let us not… Learn More →


Neo Technology and the LDBC project – an update

A bit has happened since I (Alex Averbuch) last updated you about progress in the LDBC (Linked Data Benchmark Council), and Neo’s part in it. So, without further ado and in no particular order, here’s what we’ve been doing…Second Technical User… Learn More →


Mashups with the Facebook Graph API and Neo4j

In case you didn’t notice already, graph databases like Neo4j are hot nowadays. People ask questions, write about them, also in the contexts of NOSQL and RDF. Recently Twitter open sourced their graphdb implementation, targeted at shallow, distributed graphs. And… Learn More →



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