TigerGraph Community: November Updates
Hello TigerGraph Community. Here are the November Developer Updates.
The Applications and DevTools team launched TigerGraph GraphQL v0.7 in our developer community with the help of our Developer Relations team that you can find here.
TigerGraph GraphQL enables our users to access graph data in TigerGraph using GraphQL queries. With TigerGraph GraphQL, we believe the application developers all around the world will accelerate their adoption of TigerGraph to unlock the huge potential of graphs!
Watch the quick-start video:
Here is the official documentation. Here is our Github repository with an example web application built with TigerGraph GraphQL + React + Apollo:
The v0.7 release includes a set of core features:
Automatic GraphQL schema generation
Supports basic querying, filtering, sorting and pagination
Supports advanced filtering using GSQL expressions
Supports header-based Authentication
Please give us your feedback in the community!
TigerGraph 3.3 Product Release
This past month, we had our 3.3 product release with many new features:
Improve loader/license violation error messaging
Developer Efficiency – GraphStudio
Support Save As for visual patterns and GSQL queries
Visual Query Builder support nested expression in aggregation
Admin Portal System Management
- How Recommendations can Help Retailers Build a Deeper Relationship With Their Customers
- TigerGraph Unveils Enhanced Graph Data Science Library With More Than 50 Algorithms:
- Introducing TigerGraph 3.2’s New Geospatial Layout Feature
- Mapping COVID-19 Travel Events
- Centralized TigerGraph Logs with Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Filebeats
If you’ve written a blog about TigerGraph, please submit it here and we’ll feature you in one of our newsletters.
This past month, we launched a partnership with the National University of Singapore, rated #11 in the world, to develop a curriculum, innovation challenge, and research collaboration. The collaboration aims to enhance students’ skills in using graph databases through related software and resources by TigerGraph. NUS business analytics students can also look forward to capstone internship opportunities with TigerGraph and its partners. In addition, TigerGraph will sponsor the NUS-TigerGraph Innovation Challenge, which will be held in 2023. The challenge will feature problem statements based on realistic business problems from TigerGraph and its clients, and aims to showcase and reward ground-breaking innovative solutions from NUS students.
Last, if you’re looking to hire some talent, below are some of our university students!
- Pamela Nelson, UCSD
- Thy Nguyen, UCSD
- Vinay Bhupathiraju, UCSD
- Jiahe Jeffrey Feng, UCSD
- Jinxin Xiao, UCSD
- Pranav Deshmane, UCSD
- Riya Mhatre, UCSD
- Sanborn Nguyen, UCSD
Thank you again for all your involvement in the TigerGraph Developer Community. Keep up the great work! We’ll continue to share all your unique use cases, tools, blogs, courses, and more weekly on our Discord Channel. As mentioned above, please provide your past contributions to our Community Contribution Program and we’ll send you prizes. Stay tuned for more information. Have a great month!
Here are a few helpful links:
- Find Community Members
- Developer Chat
- Developer Community
- If you have a cool idea for a Graph Project, please submit it here.
- If you have a way to improve the community, please submit it here.
- If you have a feature request, please submit it here.
- To stay up to date with what’s happening daily, join the community forum and developer’s chat!