Get started with Graphileon with these videos

Getting started with Graphileon. A series of videos about installation, configuration and building Graphileon applications.

You’ve downloaded your free copy of Graphileon Personal Edition from our website.  Great!  Now let’s get started! In this post, you find the videos that we have recorded to help you.

Installation and configuration

The first video explains how to install and configure Graphileon Personal Edition with one graph store in Neo4j Desktop and a second one in the cloud ( GrapheneDB ).

User interface basics

Our second video walks you through the user interface. We explain the UI elements and tools that are available in Graphileon. You learn how to use Graphileon to explore and manage your data, and how you can style your nodes and relations for a better appearance of your graphs.

Your application is a graph

The third video is about the basics of building applications. By using

(:Function)-[:TRIGGER]->(:Function)

patterns, you connect queries to tables, queries to network visualisations. In short, you create applications that are really graphy.

Respond to user input

The fourth video illustrates how to use user input, like clicks on rows (in a GridView) , or a node (in a NetworkView)  to feed parameters into the next Function. For example, this pattern

(:GridView)-[:TRIGGER {type:'rowClick',$params.personId}]

->(:Query {cypher:'MATCH (p:Person {id:$personId}) ... '})

passes the personId from a row in a GridView to the Query

If, after watching these videos, you still have questions, you may find the answers in our on-line documentation. For other questions, please send a message to slack@graphileon.com, so we can send you an invite to our Slack channel.


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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.