GRANDstack: Graphs All the Way Down

Learn why GRANDstack and GraphQL have been quickly gaining adoption, and why representing data as a graph is a win when building your API.

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This Week in Neo4j – Neo4j 4.0 procedure examples, Connecting your React app to Neo4j with React Hooks, New Graph Algorithms Training

Hi everyone, The NODES 2020 conference is almost upon us. It all gets underway from 8am Eastern Time on Tuesday October 20th 2020. Hope to (virtually) see you there! We’ve just finished the virtual training sessions for Neo4j Certified Professionals,… Read more →

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Combating Money Laundering: Graph Data Visualizations

Learn about specific characteristics and components of Neo4j that make it ideal for addressing the requirements of anti-money laundering.

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Introducing Neo4j Aura: A New Graph Database as a Service

Discover unique features of Neo4j Aura, the first fully managed native graph database as a service, and why it was built to be developer friendly.

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Announcing the Global GraphHack Winners!

Check out the three winning teams of NODES 2019 Global GraphHack. Learn about these amazing projects that extend the graph ecosystem.

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Check Out Some Global GraphHack Projects & Help Us Pick the Winners!

Learn about and review many of the exciting, awesome Global GraphHack submissions and cast your votes for the winning projects.

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Neo4j & GRANDstack at GraphQL Summit [+Developer Challenge]

The Neo4j Developer Relations team is tasked with making sure developers can build applications backed by Neo4j using their favorite technologies. One technology we’ve been really excited about recently is GraphQL. GraphQL is a relatively new paradigm for building APIs.… Read more →

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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… Read more →

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