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Neo4j Blog: Announcing Neo4j 1.2.M01 and a focus on product usability

But for example if you’re a PHP hacker, or .NET programmer or if you prefer Java but don’t find embedded databases fit well with your architecture — in all these cases and more, getting up and running with Neo4j is a greater hassle than it should be.

Well, I said it a couple of months ago. If you’d ask me, ☞ neo4j-rest is the way to go and unfortunately it is not in the best shape last time I’ve checked.

Original title and link: Neo4j Blog: Announcing Neo4j 1.2.M01 and a focus on product usability (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.neo4j.org/2010/10/announcing-neo4j-12m01-and-focus-on.html