The Graph Revolution

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At this week’s ConnectED conference Nathan Freeman gave a quick four minute presentation about the new implementation of graph databases inside NSFs now available via the OpenNTF Domino API. This is an integral part of redpill Now and we are very happy that we can share this amazing capability to other members of the community thanks to the ongoing efforts made by Nathan to add this pioneering work back into the OpenNTF Domino API.



  1. Christian Tillmanns says:

    I am not sure if I understood completely what you mean, but if it is what I think it is, I am impressed. Very.

  2. @Christian of course it helps if I’m actually delivering the presentation 🙂

    Here’s an example of using the graph in practice.

  3. interesting but is there a (public) test environment available to see what you are demonstrating?

  4. […] scalable, index-free architecture of elements (vertices and edges) comprising key/value pairs. The OpenNTF Domino API implementation builds on the TinkerPop2 framework to allow quick, annoted Java interfaces to control the […]

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