Graphileon Visual Query Builder

In a short series of videos Graphileon founder Tom Zeppenfeldt demonstrates the different iterations of a Visual Query Builder (VQB) application. This VQB allows non-developers to benefit from the power of graph databases. It simultaneously demonstrates the capabilities of the low-code Graphileon platform as this entire application is configured by connecting Graphileon functions.

The first version of this Graphileon app shows the basic functionality and structure of the application while the second version adds tabulated output. The third iteration has added functionality for selecting a store to query and for filtering on property values. The fourth iteration adds functionality to display and filter on edge property values.

This Visual Query Builder app is work in progress but will be made available in the near future through either our App library or as a central service.

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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

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