GraphStarter: Get Your Neo4j Rails App Up and Running Quickly

For a while now, I’ve been building various Neo4j.rb educational resources using the example of an asset portal. There have been: A screencast series (the first half and a second half) A SitePoint article on building recommendations and access control… Read more →

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New Screencasts: Advanced Ruby on Rails with Neo4j

If there are two things that I enjoy most in my technical life it would be Neo4j and Ruby. Both give me the one thing I want most from the tools I use: the ability to abstract out the tedious… Read more →

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New Screencasts: Create a Ruby on Rails App with Neo4j

On the Neo4j.rb team we’ve always strived for good documentation. That hasn’t always been easy though! However, we know that if we want other people to understand and to be able to use the awesome tools that we work on,… Read more →

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Neo4j.rb: Query or QueryProxy?

Written by Chris Grigg, originally posted on the Neo4j.rb Blog Query or QueryProxy? One of the most crucial pieces of Neo4j.rb is Neo4j::ActiveNode::Query::QueryProxy, but it may be the area of the gem that is the least spelled out in our… Read more →

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Neo4j.rb v4.1 Released

Originally posted on the Neo4j.rb Blog Just three months since releasing 3.0, we’re proud to have Neo4j.rb 4.1, and Neo4j-core 4.0 released to the world. Are you excited? We’re stoked. Get it by changing your gemfile to gem ‘neo4j’, ‘~>… Read more →

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Neo4j.rb 3.0 Released

Written by Chris Grigg After hundreds of hours of work from numerous contributors over the past year, Neo4j.rb, the ActiveRecord replacement for Ruby on Rails and Rack frameworks, has been released! This new version, a complete rewrite of the entire… Read more →

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The top seven news in Neo4j 1.1

The Neo4j graph database release 1.1 has just arrived, so here’s some information on the new things that have been included. The main points are the additions of monitoring support, an event framework and a new traversal framework to the… Read more →

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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… Read more →

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The top 10 ways to get to know Neo4j

The top 10 ways to get to know Neo4j Today is a big day in Neo4j land because after ten long years of development and seven years of commercial 24/7 production we just announced Neo4j 1.0!We’re very excited about this… Read more →

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Yay! The Graph Processing Infrastructure is starting to emerge!

Yay! The Graph Processing Infrastructure is starting to emerge! Hi all,in the last months, the Tinkerpop team has been starting to venture into the big task of starting a unified ecosystem for the world of graphs and related projects and… Read more →

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Holiday fun with Neo4j

Looking for something fun to do during the holidays? Here are a few suggestions for some new cool Neo4j things that you can play around with.A very recent addition to the Neo4j space is the JRuby library Neo4jr-social by Matthew… Read more →

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Neo4j.rb 0.3.2 released

Andreas Ronge, Martin Kleppmann and the other contributors have recently released Neo4j.rb 0.3.2. The project on GitHub now has thirteen forks. The release announcement was sent to the Neo4j Ruby group. Major points from the changelog:experimental support for aggregating nodestraversal… Read more →

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Neo4j.rb reached first milestone

The JRuby bindings for Neo4j by Andreas Ronge have reached its first milestone with Neo4j.rb version 0.1.0. See the project page for more information. Highlights from the changelog: enhancements to properties, indexing with Date/DateTime, YARD documentation. The bottom line is… Read more →

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