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Usecase: NoSQL-based Blogs

Aside Twitter applications, blogs are another darling of NoSQL projects. So, I’ve put together a list of NoSQL powered blog projects.

CouchDB

SemanticJournal

A Rails and CouchDB blog. Code on ☞ GitHub

OikoNote

A CouchDB-based blog built in “one day” with Django (nb so far I couldn’t find the source code, so any leads are appreciated).

Neo4j

jo4neoblog

A simple blog built using neo4j, jo4neo and Stripes. You can read more about it ☞ here and get the code from ☞ Google code.

Couple of comments:

  • I don’t really like the fact that the model is neo4j aware, but that’s similar to what JPA is doing too
  • I like the indexing annotation though, but I am not sure if it uses neo4j Lucene full text indexing

@tcowan

subwiz

A cli-application blog built using neo4j. Code available on ☞ Google code.

@subwiz

MongoDB

MongoBlog

A lightweight blogging engine written in C++ and using MongoDB. Code available on ☞ GitHub

@mich181189

Update: thanks to the comments, I have added two more NoSQL-based blog engines.

Django-Mumblr

Django-Mumblr is a basic Django tumblelog application that uses MongoDB. Source code can be found on ☞ GitHub

mmmblog

mmmblog is a blog engine based on Rails, mongomapper and MongoDB, providing feeds, OpenID comments and a simple admin interface. Code is available on ☞ Gitorious

I am pretty sure there are more out there, so please send them over!