Good Relationships - The Spring Data Neo4j Guide Book (Michael Hunger)

 
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Good Relationships - The Spring Data Neo4j Guide Book (Michael Hunger)

Enterprise developers now have access to Big Data and NOSQL technology like Neo4j thanks to the ever-popular Spring Framework's Spring Data. The fast, potent, and scalable graph database Neo4j is used to reap the rewards of having solid relationships in your data. This book introduces you to Spring Data Neo4j.

Good Relationships, written by the project manager, offers all the practical information you require for creating enterprise apps with Neo4j and Spring Data. The book opens with a narrative lesson on how to use Cineasts.net, a comprehensive social web app for movie buffs. After that, a full reference section goes through the fundamental ideas of Neo4j, querying, and the straightforward POJO programming model of Spring Data Neo4j.

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About the Authors
Michael Hunger has a lengthy history of having a deep love for software development. He has a keen interest in software developers, software craftsmanship, programming languages, and the advancement of code.
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Published
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(2012)
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Multiple formats: ePub, Mobi, PDF (106 pages, 138 MB)

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