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Bulbs

a Python persistence framework for graph databases

What is Bulbs?

Bulbs is a Python persistence framework for graph databases that supports Python 3 and Python 2.7 originally created by James Thornton.

It connects to several graph-database servers, including Neo4j Server and Rexster.

Neo4j Server is Neo4j's open-source REST server, and it is available as an Heroku Add On.

Rexster is a graph-database REST server optimized for recommendations. It is part of the TinkerPop stack and connects to any Blueprints-enabled graph database, including Neo4j, OrientDB, Dex, OpenRDF Sail, and TinkerGraph.

Bulbs supports pluggable back ends, and more native bindings are in the works.

Is it ready?

A preview release is out now, and I welcome feedback on how to improve it. The API will probably change somewhat until we hit 1.0.

What do I need?

And a few Python libraries, such as ujson and httplib2.

Where are the docs?

The 0.3.x docs are now online at Bulbflow.org.

Where can I get help?

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