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Featured community member: David Meza
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Jennifer Reif has written a detailed post explaining how to
use the Neo4j ETL Tool from the Neo4j Desktop. Jennifer
starts by showing how to enable the tool via an activation
key , and then imports the Northwind dataset from a
database into Neo4j.
Translating Your Relational Data to Graph
Learn how to use the ETL Tool
Working With Date And Spatial Types In React.js
Read the blog post
Will Lyon wrote a blog post in which he shows how to build
a React.js dashboard type application that makes use of the
temporal and geospatial data types that were introduced in
Aaron Lelevier has been learning about Graph Theory and
has written a blog post in which he distills his learnings.
Aaron explains the different types of graphs, ways of
representing them, and shares a project where he built a
bidirectional graph of his GitHub
Intro to Graphs
Read the blog post
A Practical Guide to Graph Databases
Download Dave's slide deck
Dave Bechberger shared the slides from his NDC Oslo 2018
talk – A Practical Guide to Graph Databases. If you’re just
getting into graph databases this is an excellent overview
of the field and different tools
Neo4j Enterprise is now available on the AWS Marketplace.
Give it a try and let us know how you get on by sending an
email to email@example.com
Neo4j Enterprise on AWS Marketplace
Get up and running with Neo4j on AWS
This week our friends at LARUS released version 3.3.1 of
the Neo4j-JDBC driver. The release has been upgraded to
work with recent Neo4j 3.3.x versions and Bolt driver 1.4.6.
There are also other improvements including support for
in-memory databases and a debug
feature to inspect how the driver works
when used by third-party tools.
Neo4j JDBC Driver 3.3.1 Release Is Here
Read the release post
If you liked this check
out the blog post
This Week in Neo4j - 16th June 2018