Retail & Neo4j: Ecommerce Delivery Service Routing

As a retailer, if you think keeping up with Amazon is expensive and time-consuming, consider the alternative: extinction. When it comes to delivery and fulfillment, Amazon is the uncontested emperor of ecommerce. Yet, their efficiency in tracking and delivering orders… Read more →

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An Introduction & Tutorial for Structr 2.1

In one of our previous blog posts, we promised to write more about new features of our upcoming release of Structr, version 2.1, so here we are. New Tutorial But before we dive into the details, we’d like to to… Read more →

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2016: The Year in Neo4j Drivers

Spring is in the Air 2016 was the year when, in April with the availability of Neo4j 3.0 we also introduced our own binary protocol named Bolt. We also provided the first set of officially supported drivers for Bolt, including… Read more →

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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… Read more →

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Neolytics: Analyzing Ruby Code with Neo4j

For a long time I’ve been wanting to use Neo4j as a tool to analyze Ruby code. Using Ruby for almost a decade, I have a lot of experience with effectively finding my way around Ruby code. Still, Ruby programs… Read more →

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From the Neo4j Community: December 2015

The Neo4j community ended 2015 with a bunch of great articles, videos, presentations and new projects. Collectively, you published some great pieces on Ruby, .NET, Spring Data Neo4j, Star Wars, beer…and diapers. Below are some of our favorite pieces from… Read more →

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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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Using Graph Structure Record Linkage on Irish Census Data with Neo4j

For just over a year I’ve been obsessed on-and-off with a project ever since I stayed in the town of Skibbereen, Ireland. Taking data from the 1901 and 1911 Irish censuses, I hoped I would be able to find a… Read more →

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From the Neo4j Community: August 2015

As summer wraps up, it’s time to look back at all of the wonderful projects, articles, videos and slideshows published by the Neo4j community. Below are our top summer picks from graphistas all across the world. If you would like… Read more →

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Free Neo4j Books (+ Discounts), from Beginner to Advanced

Editor’s Note: All promotions in this blog post have now expired. Please use this post for informational purposes only and to browse Neo4j books available from Packt Publishing. Whether you’re a brand-new user of Neo4j or a seasoned vet, you… 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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Making a Difference: The Public Neo4j-Users Slack Group

We’ve been asked several time in the past to open a neo4j-users Slack group for the many enthusiastic people in the Neo4j user community. Now, that Slack group is a reality. This group is meant to be a hip alternative… Read more →

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Cypher: LOAD JSON from URL AS Data

Update: Much of this got much easier today with user defined procedures, like apoc.load.json, which add this kind of capability to Cypher directly. Neo4j’s query language Cypher supports loading data from CSV directly but not from JSON files or URLs.… 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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From the Neo4j Community: June 2015

Our community is awesome! Here are some of the highlights of what all the graphistas posted during the month of June. Thank you to everyone who contributed to help make our community great! To see more posts from our amazing… 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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Switching From MongoDB to Neo4j

Written by Nick Manning, originally posted on his Blog.  Our Startup Swig is a mobile app (iOS, Android) that helps you explore new drinks and share them with the world. Take a picture of what you’re drinking, tag it with taste… Read more →

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A “Typical” Week in the Neo4j Community

We were curious to find out just how much happens within a single week in the Neo4j community. So we did the easy thing and harvested our ingenious @neo4j Twitter stream. And we were blown away by the results! There… Read more →

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Heroku Neo4j Add-On Available in Private Beta

Hello Graphistas and Rubyists! Now Heroku has become a language polyglot platform , we’re happy to announce that we’re enhancing the NOSQL ecosystem for Heroku customers and users by releasing the Neo4j-Graph Database Add-On. The Neo4j-Graph Database Add-On became “public”… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.2 Final – Prêt-à-Porter

With the Neo4j components, we supplied the fabric for stitching together graph-based applications. Now, with Neo4j 1.2 we are proud to offer a ready-to-wear graph server, for dressing up any application in graph style. This is the start of a… 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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Update on Neo4j Ruby bindings

During 2010 there’s been two releases of the Neo4j.rb JRuby bindings for the Neo4j graph database so far. Time to catch up with what’s new!Version 0.4.0 of Neo4j.rb came with improved traversal performance, more options on how to use relationships,… Read more →

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Access control lists the graph database way

Access control lists the graph database way In many contexts you need to handle user permissions to access, create or change some kind of resources. A common example is a file system, and that’s what we are going to dive… 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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