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Release: Neo4j 1.0 is Finally Here

The Neo4j graph database has been close to 1.0 for quite a while and the guys have finally decided to push out the release with the label 1.0. (nb: I have even heard rumors that the people in the Neo Technologies office were wearing suites for this release, but I am waiting for pictures to confirm it).

Now there aren’t technical details to be included with this announcement, so I’ll leave you with two videos about Neo4j: Graphs and Neo4j or a shorter interview embedded below, encourage you to take a look at some ☞ ways to get you started with Neo4j and also see all our Neo4j coverage.

In the past I’ve been asked how someone from the .NET world would be able to use any of the graph databases, considering that they are running in an embedded more. Now I think I finally have an answer: Neo4j has added lately a RESTful API and should give you access to Neo4j from any environment.