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Curator's Note: The content of this article was originally written by Michael Hunger over at Neo4j
A new year, a new look - after gathering a lot of feedback for the launch of neo4j.org after GraphConnect last year we decided to invest more time and effort to make the site the main hub for information around Neo4j.
major goal is to make it easier for you to get up and running with
Neo4j. We hope to achieve this by providing everything in one place,
from the download
, set-up screencasts and step by step instructions to the rich choice of language support
and the appropriate drivers
also want to make it easier for people that never worked with graph
databases before to learn about Neo4j. So we created the infrastructure
and started to work on learning paths that will tell a consistent story
around a use-case or technology involving Neo4j. Currently we feature a
learning path for Java
and for Cypher
but there will be many more to come. Any input in how to structure the paths and present the material is highly welcome!
Layout & Usability
aspect is a more consistent layout, unlike the previous site it isn’t
done by database developers ;) So besides the main page content there is
a number of related content items of different types per page. Some of
those items will be featured in a big box (several in a slider) others
will be listed below in a tiled view. That helps us to provide content
relevant to the page in an unintrusive manner.
interesting content quickly should be easy. From the interactive graph
showing important concepts on the start page, the footer quick links and
the main navigation areas and the site search - everything should allow
you to find relevant content. The related items per page and learning
paths will help a lot too, we hope.
Open Source Site
whole site is hosted on github, so we would love to invite you to
contribute. Feel free to fork the repository and issue a pull-request.
Be it new pages, content (most appreciated) or layout fixes.
you have any interesting related content to add to any page - be it a
blog post, presentation, video github project or sample application you
came across, please don’t hesitate to ping us either via email
or an github issue
or issue the pull request
As we also try to expand the topic pages, for instance the language pages (e.g. for ruby
into learning paths and add more content there - so we want to
encourage everyone to contribute to these pages and perhaps even take
mentorship for a content page.
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