Category Archives: Documentation

How to install & configure Sparksee iOS (Objective-C)

Sparksee is the first graph database available for iOS devices applications, available since 5.1 in both an Objective-C and C++ interfaces. In this article we will guide through a typical installation & configuration for the Objective-C, so you can start working with Sparksee in your … Continue reading

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How to install & configure Sparksee mobile for iOS (C++)

Sparksee is the first graph database available for iOS devices applications, available, right now, in the C++ interface. In this article we will guide through a typical installation & configuration , so you can start working with Sparksee in your mobile development … Continue reading

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How to install & configure Sparksee mobile for Android

Sparksee is the first graph database available for Android devices applications, available in two interfaces java and C++. In this article we will guide through a typical installation & configuration for the java interface, so you can start working with … Continue reading

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Graph Database Use Case: SNA (Social Network Analysis)

In this second release of the series of the use cases, we are looking through one of the most interesting scenarios for graph databases: Social Network Analysis (SNA). DEX highest-performance with huge volumes of processed data, its flexibility and the … Continue reading

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How to use DEX algorithm package

The latest version of DEX includes the helpful algorithm package that give more high-level operations to the API. Here you can find the list of algorithms explained including examples of use for the Java and .NET APIs: Traversals algorithms To … Continue reading

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DEX 3.0 features: large char objects

This is the last feature we are posting on the blog for DEX 3.0. This time we are taking a look at the types allowed by graph databases for its objects. String type only allows a maximum length of 2048 … Continue reading

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DEX 3.0 features: Indexed or not indexed attributes

Fourth episode of the series about DEX features. DEX is all about performance, with this feature we are focusing on improving query performance. In the DEX graph every node and edge can have as many attributes as needed. Those attributes … Continue reading

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DEX 3.0 features: Neighbors materialized

One common challenge when traversing a graph is to obtain the neighbors for a certain node. In previous versions of DEX it required a two-step operation; first obtaining the edges for the node and then its neighbors. Objects neighbors = … Continue reading

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DEX 3.0 features: Regular Expressions

In the second delivery of this series we are going to see how DEX extends the capability to query the graph database using regular expressions. As in every database you can also query the entities in your graph database with … Continue reading

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DEX 3.0 features: Graph algorithms

Starting today we are going to make a series of posts explaining the most exciting features of the last available version of DEX. We hope that these explanations will give you a hint on the powerful possibilities of DEX. If … Continue reading

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