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Graph Databases to Standardize on an API

Are graph databases going to standardize on a common API? It’s still early to say, but it looks like some are making small steps towards it:

This is the reason why I want to introduce the Tinkerpop Blueprints. This Open Source project aims to have a shared set of basic interfaces to abstract the concepts of Graph, Vertex, Edge and Property. In this way applications can easily migrate to another available implementation of the specification.

RDF databases are standardized, so why not graph databases too?

Original title and link: Graph Databases to Standardize on an API (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)