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Smart Mastering services and libraries for MarkLogic. Documentation: https://marklogic-community.github.io/smart-mastering-core/
Java client for the MarkLogic REST Management API
Unit testing framework for MarkLogic. Docs: https://marklogic-community.github.io/marklogic-unit-test/
Gradle plugin for automating everything involving MarkLogic
Content and Human Centric Workflow for MarkLogic NoSQL systems
MarkLogic application for running a developer site
MarkLogic tool for processing and reporting on content, enhanced from the original CoRB
Helper classes for using the MarkLogic Java Client API, including loading modules via the REST API
Data Explorer Tool
Use MarkLogic for search on WordPress website
Deployment tool for MarkLogic applications. Also provides optional unit test and XQuery MVC structure
Reusable components that depend solely on DMSDK
Shakespeare Demo Application
Utility classes for MarkLogic Content Pump
Slush generator for a MarkLogic/node project
Stress test engine for MarkLogic projects
Write batch processing applications in MarkLogic
XQSync is a command-line, Java-based tool, useful for synchronizing MarkLogic databases to and from other databases, filesystems, and zip-files.
PHP Connector for MarkLogic REST API
The MarkLogic Toolkit for Word® allows you to integrate Microsoft Word with MarkLogic Server.
The MarkLogic Toolkit for Excel® allows you to integrate Microsoft Excel with MarkLogic Server.
Piloting integration between GitHub issues and Jira stories
Java-based tool for loading data into MarkLogic
The MarkLogic Toolkit for PowerPoint® allows you to integrate Microsoft PowerPoint with MarkLogic Server.
C++ wrapper for the MarkLogic REST API, including C, Python and C# .NET bindings
code for MarkLogic's try service
Materials and code examples for MLW 2017 Security workshop
An application to help SEs find good demos and record bugs and RFEs on them. AngularJS talks to the MarkLogic database via the REST API.
TEACUP: MarkLogic-based visualization of where early access users are from