CRUDding edges and vertices in DataStax Enterprise Graph 6.7

Adding support for DataStax Enterprise Graph in less than a month!

Less than a month ago we announced the support for DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Graph. Today we can show you a sneak preview of how to manage DSE Graph content using the standard Graphileon NodeFormView and RelationFormView functions. Next on our roadmap is to integrate DSE Graph support for our so-called NeighboursView, which will allow users to explore a DataStax Enterprise graph by adding neighbouring nodes to the visualisation  in a controlled way.

The Application is a Graph

The DSE Graph integration relies on the Gremlin graph query language. In this first release, Graphileon allows users to manage the business data in their DSE environments. Subsequent releases will include our “The Application is a Graph” methodology, which will allow for the configuration of dashboards, application-modules or full applications in DSE Graph, by creating graphs of functions (vertices) that are connected using triggers (edges).

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Graphileon basics: Run queries from your dashboard

With Graphileon you can run your own queries from the Query box on the left. Every query you run is stored in the Recent queries list so you can rerun it or reload and modify it. However, if you find yourself running the same query regularly then you might want to extend your dashboard with … Continued

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Pathfinding in Graphileon using GeoJSON and the aStar algorithm

Introduction For a network of roads, a graph database is a natural fit. Roads have waypoints with coordinates, which are connected by road segments that can have properties like distance, type of surface and maximum speed. In this blog, we focus on the amazing things you can do with just the distance property. Combined with … Continued

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Graphileon CSV importer (Sneak preview)

Soon, you will be able to upload your CSV directly through a Graphileon UI. We will include a wizard that

Get started with the Personal Edition

The easiest way to get to know Graphileon is by using the Personal Edition. Build graphy applications and browse your graph stores in a way you never did before.