In this series of blog posts, we introduce the Linkurious SDK and showcase how it can help developers build enterprise-grade graph applications faster.
Part 1 (this article): Introduction to the Linkurious SDK and its security features
Part 2: Querying and displaying graph data
Part 3: Advanced interaction with the Ogma graph visualization library
Graph technologies have the potential to help us understand the complex connected data that surrounds us. They are changing the way we think about anti-financial crime, cyber-security or medical research. Getting started can be intimidating though, with the number of graph databases (DataStax, Neo4j, JanusGraph, OrientDB for example), graph processing frameworks (Apache Giraph, GraphX, Flink Gelly) or graph visualization libraries (d3.js, sigma.js, linkurious.js, Keylines and now Ogma) constantly growing.
In many cases, it makes sense to use an out-of-the-box solution like Linkurious Enterprise that quickly delivers the ability to investigate and detect patterns hidden in graph data. But sometimes, specific business needs require custom applications.
This is why we released the Linkurious SDK, a complete framework that helps developers build enterprise-grade graph applications faster.