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ArangoDB Weekly #27 | Beta Release 2.6, AQL Preview for 2.7

This week we’ve released ArangoDB 2.6 beta! We would love to see you testing the beta and give us some feedback. If you are one of the great developers who made the drivers for ArangoDB, you should look at our list of important changes in the API for 2.6.
Let’s a have glimpse into the future and look at AQL improvements for 2.7. Stay tuned and follow @arangodb for more news.

ArangoDB related (Drivers & more)

  • (Python) py-arango 1.4.0: Params added to transactions
  • (Python) pyArango: Added arango privates to validation
  • (JS) arangojs 3.8.1: Added support for HTTPS
  • (GO) aranGO 0.6

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Exporting data for Offline Processing
In this recipe you will learn how to use the export API to extract data and process it with PHP.
First of all we need some data in an ArangoDB collection. For this example we will use a collection named users which we will populate with 100.000 example documents. This way you can get the data into ArangoDB:

# download data file
wget https://jsteemann.github.io/downloads/code/users-100000.json.tar.gz
# uncompress it
tar xvfz users-100000.json.tar.gz
# import into ArangoDB 
arangoimp --file users-100000.json --collection users --create-collection true

For a detailed description you can go learn in our recipes how to export data for Offline Processing

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Dr. Frank Celler

Frank Celler

Frank is both entrepreneur and backend developer, developing mostly memory databases for two decades. He is the CTO and co-founder of ArangoDB. Try to challenge Frank asking him questions on C, C++ and MRuby. Besides Frank organizes Cologne’s NoSQL group & is an active member of NoSQL community.

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