This guide for ArangoDB freshers will make you familiar with all basic features and functionalities of ArangoDB in 5 easy steps.
The course will take you all the way from zero knowledge to advanced graph query techniques in AQL.
Within this course, you will learn the most important strategies to speed up your queries and how to implement them.
Start a Cluster Manually
Start ArangoDB clusters and single servers with ease by using a convenient straightforward tool – arangodb.
Spring is coming! – ArangoDB meets Spring Data
In this extensive Spring Data demo we explain the basic usage of Spring Data ArangoDB with all its key features. The dataset in this demo consists of Game of Thrones characters and locations from the first season.
Learn all about the new features in ArangoDB 3.2
How ArangoDB can speed up JOIN operations on huge datasets and reduce network communication among machines.
Step by step guide about how to test and tune MMfiles and RocksDB engine for your use case and your own data.
Learn how to use the new Pregel algorithm and community detection in ArangoDB 3.2. You will learn how to import a graph dataset, run one of the algorithms and prepare a dataset for e.g. SmartGraph usage.
Learn when and how to use SmartGraphs in a cluster setup. You will use data from the social network Pokec to understand the idea behind SmartGraphs and how to use SmartGraphs for your own project.
Handling Billions Of Edges
An online video of Michael Hacksteins’ talk about distributed graphs including hands-on examples of queries.
Arangoexport is capable of exporting a graph or certain collections of a graph to xgmml, Cytoscape’s graph format.
What does the Foxx say?
Writing first Foxx Service
Getting started with Foxx
“Getting started with ArangoDB and Foxx: Joifully CRUD-y in the best way” is a tutorial written by our community member, Kyle Davis, including a little bit of isomorphic validation.
From the Community for Beginners
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