Good Relationships

Good Relationships

“Good Relationships: The Spring Data Neo4j Guide Book”, written by Michael Hunger, provides all the practical details you need for developing enterprise applications with Spring Data Neo4j.


The first part is an easily accessible tutorial or narrative that gives the reader an overview of the topics contained in the book. It contains lots of examples and discussion topics. This part of the book is highly suited for cover-to-cover reading.

We chose a tutorial describing the creation of a web application that allows movie enthusiasts to find their favorite movies, rate them, connect with fellow movie geeks, and enjoy social features such as recommendations. The application is running on Neo4j using Spring Data Neo4j and the well-known Spring Web Stack.

The second part of the book is the classic reference documentation, containing detailed information about the library. It discusses the programming model, the underlying assumptions, and internals, as well as the APIs for the object-graph mapping. The reference documentation is typically used to look up concrete bits of information, or to drill down into certain topics. For hackers wanting to really delve into Spring Data Neo4j, it can of course also be read cover-to-cover.

Table of Contents

  • Introducing our project
  • The Spring stack
  • The domain model
  • Learning Neo4j
  • Spring Data Neo4j
  • Annotating the domain
  • Indexing
  • Repositories
  • Relationships
  • Get it running
  • Web views
  • Adding social
  • Adding Security
  • More UI
  • Importing Data
  • Recommendations
  • Neo4j Server
  • Introduction to Neo4j
  • Programming model
  • Environment setup
  • Cross-store persistence
  • Sample code
  • Heroku: Seeding the Cloud
  • Performance considerations
  • AspectJ details
  • Neo4j Server

Book Details

Author(s): Michael Hunger
Publisher: Neo Technology
Format(s): PDF, ePub, Mobi
File size: 138.10 MB
Number of pages: 106
Link: Download.

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