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Theo

Thomas Anderson is a computer programmer who maintains a double life as "Neo" the hacker. - Combination of Neo and Thomas

Summary

Theo is an open-source framework written in Swift that provides an interface for interacting with Neo4j.

Features

  • CRUD operations for Nodes and Relationships
  • Transaction statement execution
  • Supports iOS, macOS and Linux

Requirements

  • iOS 9.0 or higher / macOS 10.11 or higher / Ubuntu Linux 14.04 or higher
  • Xcode 8.1 or newer for iOS or macOS
  • Swift 3.0 for iOS or macOS, 3.0.2 for Linux

Feedback

Because this framework is open source it is best for most situations to post on Stack Overflow and tag it Theo. If you do find a bug please file an issue or issue a PR for any features or fixes.

Installation

You can install Theo in a number of ways

Swift Package Manager

Add the following line to your Package dependencies array:

.Package(url: "https://github.com/GraphStory/neo4j-ios.git”, majorVersion: 3, minor: 0)

Run swift build to build your project, now with Theo included and ready to be used from your source

CococaPods

Add the following to your Podfile:

source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'
platform :ios, ‘9.0’
use_frameworks!

target '<Your Target Name>' do
  pod ‘Theoend

Run pod install to configure your updated workspace. Open the .xcworkspace generated, your project is now ready to use Theo

Carthage

Add the following to your Cartfile:

github "GraphStory/neo4j-ios" ~> 4.0

Run carthage update to build the framework and drag the built Theo.framework into your Xcode project.

git submodule

  1. Add it as a submodule to your existing project. git submodule add git@github.com:GraphStory/neo4j-ios.git
  2. Open the Theo folder, and drag Theo.xcodeproj into the file navigator of your Xcode project.
  3. In Xcode, navigate to the target configuration window by clicking on the blue project icon, and selecting the application target under the "Targets" heading in the sidebar.
  4. In the tab bar at the top of that window, open the "Build Phases" panel.
  5. Expand the "Link Binary with Libraries" group, and add Theo.framework.
  6. Click on the + button at the top left of the panel and select "New Copy Files Phase". Rename this new phase to "Copy Frameworks", set the "Destination" to "Frameworks", and add Theo.framework.

Usage

Initalization

PLEASE NOTE - DO NOT INCLUDE A TRAILING SLASH IN YOUR HOSTNAME

Example: http://www.hostname.com not http://www.hostname.com/

Without authentication

let theo: Client = Client(baseURL: "hostname.com")

With authentication

let theo: Client = Client(baseURL: "hostname.com", user: "username", pass: "password")

Fetch meta for a graph

theo.metaDescription({(meta, error) in
    print("meta in success \(meta) error \(error)")
})

Fetch a node via id

theo.fetchNode("IDToFetch", completionBlock: {(node, error) in    
    print("meta in success \(node!.meta) node \(node) error \(error)")
})

Create a node

Without Labels

let node = Node()
let randomString: String = NSUUID().UUIDString

node.setProp("propertyKey_1", propertyValue: "propertyValue_1" + randomString)
node.setProp("propertyKey_2", propertyValue: "propertyValue_2" + randomString)

theo.createNode(node, completionBlock: {(node, error) in
    print("new node \(node)")
});

With Labels

let node = Node()
let randomString: String = NSUUID().UUIDString

node.setProp("propertyKey_1", propertyValue: "propertyValue_1" + randomString)
node.setProp("propertyKey_2", propertyValue: "propertyValue_2" + randomString)
node.addLabel("customLabelForNode_" + randomString)

theo.createNode(node, completionBlock: {(node, error) in
    print("new node \(node)")
});

or

let node = Node()
let randomString: String = NSUUID().UUIDString        

node.setProp("succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_1", propertyValue: "succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_1" + randomString)
node.setProp("succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_2", propertyValue: "succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_2" + randomString)
node.setProp("succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_3", propertyValue: 123456)
node.addLabel("test_008_succesfullyAddNodeWithLabel_" + randomString)

theo.createNode(node, labels: node.labels, completionBlock: {(_, error) in
  print("new node \(node)")
})

Update properties for a node

let updatedPropertiesDictionary: [String:String] = ["test_update_property_label_1": "test_update_property_lable_2"]

theo.updateNode(updateNode!, properties: updatedPropertiesDictionary,
    completionBlock: {(node, error) in
})

Deleting a node

theo.deleteNode("IDForDeletion", completionBlock: {error in
    print("error \(error?.description)")
})

Create a relationship

var relationship: Relationship = Relationship()

relationship.relate(parentNodeInstance, toNode: relatedNodeInstance, type: RelationshipType.KNOWS)

// setting properties is optional
relationship.setProp("my_relationship_property_name", propertyValue: "my_relationship_property_value")

theo.createRelationship(relationship, completionBlock: {(node, error) in
    print("meta in success \(node!.meta) node \(node) error \(error)")
})

Delete a relationship

theo.fetchRelationshipsForNode("nodeIDWithRelationships", direction: RelationshipDirection.ALL, types: nil, completionBlock: {(relationships, error) in

    if let foundRelationship: Relationship = relationships[0] as Relationship! {

        if let relMeta: RelationshipMeta = foundRelationship.relationshipMeta {
            relationshipIDToDelete = relMeta.relationshipID()
        }

        theo.deleteRelationship(relationshipIDToDelete!, completionBlock: {error in

        })
    }
})

Update a relationship

let updatedProperties: Dictionary<String, AnyObject> = ["updatedRelationshipProperty" : "updatedRelationshipPropertyValue"]

theo.updateRelationship(foundRelationshipInstance, properties: updatedProperties, completionBlock: {(_, error) in

})

Execute a transaction

let createStatement: String = "CREATE ( bike:Bike { weight: 10 } ) CREATE ( frontWheel:Wheel { spokes: 3 } ) CREATE ( backWheel:Wheel { spokes: 32 } ) CREATE p1 = bike -[:HAS { position: 1 } ]-> frontWheel CREATE p2 = bike -[:HAS { position: 2 } ]-> backWheel RETURN bike, p1, p2"        
let resultDataContents: Array<String> = ["row", "graph"]
let statement: Dictionary <String, AnyObject> = ["statement" : createStatement, "resultDataContents" : resultDataContents]
let statements: Array<Dictionary <String, AnyObject>> = [statement]

theo.executeTransaction(statements, completionBlock: {(response, error) in
    print("response \(response) and error \(error?.description")
})

Execute a cypher query

        let theo: Client = Client(baseURL: configuration.host, user: configuration.username, pass: configuration.password)
        let cyperQuery: String = "MATCH (u:User {username: {user} }) WITH u MATCH (u)-[:FOLLOWS*0..1]->(f) WITH DISTINCT f,u MATCH (f)-[:LASTPOST]-(lp)-[:NEXTPOST*0..3]-(p) RETURN p.contentId as contentId, p.title as title, p.tagstr as tagstr, p.timestamp as timestamp, p.url as url, f.username as username, f=u as owner"
        let cyperParams: Dictionary<String, AnyObject> = ["user" : "ajordan"]

        theo.executeCypher(cyperQuery, params: cyperParams, completionBlock: {(cypher, error) in
            println("response from cyper \(cypher)")
        })

Integration Tests

Setup

There is a file called, TheoConfig.json.example which you should copy to TheoConfig.json. You can add your username, password and baseUrl to this config and the test classes use these instead of having to modify any actual class files. TheoConfig.json is in the .gitignore so you don't have to worry about creds being committed.

Execution

  • Select the unit test target
  • Hit CMD-U

Known issues

Swift 3.0.1 on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 sometimes looses all headers in an URL request, thus making the server return a HTTP status code 401 where 200 was expected. In your code where you handle retries for unexpected network results, you may want to take this into account If you are interested in this issue, you can follow this bug report and this stack overflow post

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