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=Using Blueprints with Blazegraph =
 
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Blueprints is an open-source property graph model interface useful for writing applications on top of a graph database. Gremlin is a domain specific language for traversing property graphs that comes with an excellent REPL useful for interacting with a Blueprints database. Rexster exposes a Blueprints database as a web service and comes with a web-based workbench application called DogHouse.
  
 
== Getting Started with Gremlin ==
 
== Getting Started with Gremlin ==
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To get started with Blazegraph via Blueprints, Gremlin, and Rexster, start by getting your Blazegraph server running per the instructions [NanoSparqlServer].
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== Using Embedded Instance ==
 
== Using Embedded Instance ==
  
 
== Using a Remote Instance ==
 
== Using a Remote Instance ==

Revision as of 19:26, 14 April 2015

Using Blueprints with Blazegraph

Blueprints is an open-source property graph model interface useful for writing applications on top of a graph database. Gremlin is a domain specific language for traversing property graphs that comes with an excellent REPL useful for interacting with a Blueprints database. Rexster exposes a Blueprints database as a web service and comes with a web-based workbench application called DogHouse.

Getting Started with Gremlin

To get started with Blazegraph via Blueprints, Gremlin, and Rexster, start by getting your Blazegraph server running per the instructions [NanoSparqlServer].


Using Embedded Instance

Using a Remote Instance