Answering All Your Questions: The Neo4j Knowledge Base

As more and more people discover the joy and the power of using Neo4j, we naturally find that we get more of the same questions and issues popping up. Some questions require updates and improvements to the documentation (check out… Learn More →

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Your Technical Documentation Should Be a Graph: Here’s Why

TL;DR: This blog post is mainly about how technical documentation should ideally be structured: as a graph (not to be confused with a chart). As a software developer and author I have had the chance (and also the obligation) to… Learn More →

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Hey .NET Developers: The Neo4jClient is Back! [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Today is a great day for .NET developers who use Neo4j: The Neo4jClient is back in… Learn More →

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Summer Update on Spring Data Neo4j

I’m happy to announce good progress on our continuous efforts to integrate Neo4j with the Spring Framework, namely Spring Data. Our Spring Data Neo4j project started more than 5 years ago and it has been my challenge to keep it… Learn More →

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The Neo4j-Docker Image You’ve Been Asking For: Now in Beta

In response to your many requests, we’re happy to announce our first semi-official (i.e. beta release) Neo4j-Docker image. It is semi-official, because it doesn’t yet come with guarantees or official customer support and has not been as battle-tested as the… Learn More →

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Neo4j Java Object Graph Mapper 1.1.0 Released

Many of you might be aware of the effort, we’re putting behind the Spring Data Neo4j 4.0 development with our partner GraphAware. What you may not know, is that we learned from the past and separated the Object Graph Mapping… Learn More →

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Loading SQL to Neo4j Like Magic

Written by Brian Underwood, originally posted on his blog. Loading SQL to Neo4j Like Magic When using neo4j for the first time, most people want to import data from another database to start playing around. There are a lot of… Learn More →

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KeyLines: Graphing GitHub

Originally Posted on the KeyLines Blog A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to speak about KeyLines and graph visualization at GraphConnect SF 2014. The 700+ graphistas in attendance needed no convincing about the power of graphs. The “Graphs… Learn More →

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Graphgen: The Story and New Features

From the Neoxygen.io website. This post is an overview of how Graphgen started, how it has improved, and what is planned for the next weeks. For people who have not tried Graphgen yet, it is an online graph generation engine where… Learn More →

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GraphGist of the Week: September 19

GraphGist of the Week! This week’s GraphGist of the Week goes out to iKwattro for his GitHub Events Analysis with Neo4j. He used data from the 3rd annual GitHub Data Challenge to take a deep dive into GitHub events using… Learn More →

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Blog Post: Community Support

First of all, I want to say how happy I am to be part of such a great community around Neo4j. What makes the Neo4j community so impressive is not just the fact that many users apply graphs in so… Learn More →

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Py2neo 1.6

Py2neo 1.6 Hi all, It’s a weird thought that although Neo4j has been part of my life for well over two years, I’ve only met in person a few of the people that I know from its community. Thanks to… Learn More →

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New Incubator Project: Neo4j Mobile for Android v0.1!

During this busy week of Android hacking at Google I/O, we are pleased to announce an amazing new Community project, for all of those who have been yearning to run Neo4j on mobile: Neo4j Mobile for Android v0.1! This project… Learn More →

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Rabbithole, the Neo4j REPL console

Rabbithole, the Neo4j REPL console Over the last few days the Neo4j community team worked on the initial iteration for an interactive Neo4j tutorial.The first result we are proud to publish is a sharable console that runs an in-memory Neo4j… Learn More →

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Announcing Neo4j “Boden Bord” 1.5.M01 GA

Dear Graphistas, Summer is over, and the Neo4j community is starting to see the shape of Neo4j 1.5 coming up on our release train, which started its long way south through Sweden from the snowy 1.3 Abisko Lampa (lamp), via… Learn More →

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