py2neo 3.1: The World’s Most Amazing Python Driver for Neo4j

Even though we’ve now released officially supported drivers for Java, Python, JavaScript and .NET, many of the community drivers are still going strong. Indeed, version 3.1 of my own community driver py2neo was released this week and with it came… Learn More →

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Building the Graph Your Network App with the Neo4j Docker Image

Neo4j has long been distributed with a dataset of movies – showing how movies, actors, actresses, directors and more relate to each other. We’ve also recently added Northwind organizational data for those developers who are more business minded. Nonetheless, these… Learn More →

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Import 10M Stack Overflow Questions into Neo4j In Just 3 Minutes

I want to demonstrate how you can take the Stack Overflow dump and quickly import it into Neo4j. After that, you’re ready to start querying the graph for more insights and then possibly build an application on top of that… Learn More →

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The Neo4j-Slack Integration You’ve Been Waiting For (Is Here)

Update: You can now join our public neo4j-users Slack group, where this extension is installed. Our colleague Andreas, who loves Slack and brought it into our company, suggested the other day that we could build a Slack and Neo4j integration… Learn More →

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Polyglot Persistence Case Study: Wanderu + Neo4j + MongoDB

Every language and data storage solution has its strengths. After all, no single solution is most performant and cost-effective for every possible task in your application. In order to tap into the varying strengths of different data storage solutions, your… Learn More →

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Building a Python Web Application Using Flask and Neo4j

Flask, a popular Python web framework, has many tutorials available online which use an SQL database to store information about the website’s users and their activities. While SQL is a great tool for storing information such as usernames and passwords,… Learn More →

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Py2neo 2.0, Unleashed!

Written by Nigel Small, Senior Engineer at Neo Technology Py2neo 2.0, Unleashed! It’s been over three years since I first began work on py2neo. If memory serves, the first version was written for Neo4j 1.3 and consisted of barely more… 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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Nigel Small Discusses Py2neo

After some considerable mocking from our good man Jim Webber, developer and architect Nigel Small started playing around with Neo4j. His conclusion: “In the end, I came to the conclusion that designing a graph database has far more in common… Learn More →

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