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E.g., 12/11/2018
Aug 30, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

Graph Databases are really effective when it comes to working with highly connected data and getting value based on relationships, as we detailed in this previous blogpost. This article focuses on integrating graph databases with web applications to implement CRUD operations, pattern detection, and visualization in the user interface. Part 1 is dedicated to environment setup and CRUD operations, and Part 2 will dig into the user interface. Let's get our hands dirty.

Aug 29, 2018 • By: Jeff Carpenter

This article discusses how you can leverage the paging features of Apache Cassandra to support a great user experience in your application, using examples from the KillrVideo reference application.

Aug 28, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

This post is the second and last part of a series digging into integration of Graph Databases with web applications. In Part 1, we created a data access object (DAO) to implement basic CRUD operations for both vertices and edges. Here, we will have a closer look at graph visualization in user interfaces. One of the coolest features of graph is the capability to browse the data to identiy patterns and extract information from relationships. DataStax Studio provides with great visuat rendering but, why not having the same visualization in your own applications?

Oct 02, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter, David Gilardi

What’s happening with everyone’s favorite reference application (and cat video source)

Sep 21, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

Jeff Carpenter finishes his top ten list with five things you should know if you’re an Apache Cassandra user just starting out with DataStax Enterprise.