[Neo4j] More PHP and REST goodness on the way
peter.neubauer at neotechnology.com
Tue Oct 19 11:29:54 CEST 2010
yes, of course, tried to point to your original work and of course,
the goal should be to get everything into one consistent state - that
is why I mention it here. Jake and Olle have been doing some
refactoring work, would be great if it is merged back or further
developed. I think there is a lot of potential in moving this to a
state where it can be used with the upcoming Neo4j community server
that includes the Web Administration
(http://github.com/neo4j/webadmin) and the REST components packaged as
an extensible server (Andreas Kollegger and me are talking about
basing it on OSGi with bundles providing REST functionality on the
fly). We would love to package even PHP examples into that
installation, so users can get an easy start, WDYT?
Anyway, of course all the cred to you Todd, sorry I did mention the
project, not your name :)
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On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 11:14 AM, Todd Chaffee <todd at mikamai.com> wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> I was the one who added most of the new REST features to the PHP client and
> Jake and Olle were ambitious enough to refactor my initial attempt into a
> more organized class structure as well as adding unit tests (well, I'm
> supposed to be adding unit tests - let's see if I find the time :-). Not so
> much to grab the credit for myself - but if there are any problems or
> questions with the new features I can be an additional resource for
> Concerning the REST api, some of the PHP client features rely on new
> features I added to the REST api in the lab (path algorithms in particular).
> Are there plans to move those features to the main branch? One thing
> missing was unit tests. I started looking at writing unit tests but both
> ran out of time and also realized that it was a bit over my head - it's been
> ages since I've done Java programming.
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