GremlinBin is a tool developed by Dylan Milikin who is a TinkerPop PMC
member. He's also been good enough to host that application for the
community as a way to "Try Gremlin".
As for an "official" visualization tool, TinkerPop has generally formed the
opinion over the years to stay away from developing visualization tooling
and instead rely on third parties to build that kind of stuff.
On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 5:14 AM, Ray Scott <rayasc...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> This is brilliant! Any chance this will become an official Gremlin tool? I
> think it's one area where Neo4j has outshone others. If you had an official
> JS library with right-click introspection on vertices and edges it would be
> better than some commercial visualisation tools out there.
> On Wednesday, 16 March 2016 18:49:25 UTC, Stephen Mallette wrote:
>> This is a very cool piece of work. Thanks for doing this. Perhaps, I am
>> now free of Dog House! :D
>> And very good work from The Baptist on the js driver to enable this.
>> On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Dylan Millikin <dylan.m...@gmail.com>
>>> Hey guys,
>>> I wanted to announce that www.gremlinbin.com is prime for beta.
>>> GremlinBin is essentially an online console/sandbox for you to test run
>>> your Gremlin queries, then save them and share them with other users via
>>> links. Think of it as a jsFiddle or pasteBin for Gremlin.
>>> It's still in it's early stages so there is no mobile support and there
>>> are annoyingly verbose errors (if you encounter any; to help with reporting
>>> to github). Both of these will go with future updates.
>>> I will however guaranty that the links to your "bins" will not break
>>> with future updates so feel free to use them in blogs/emails/etc.
>>> Here's one to give you an idea : http://www.gremlinbin.com/bi
>>> Let me know what you think. And feel free to open issues on github if
>>> you have any feature requests (or are encountering glitches).
>>> Big thanks goes to JB Musso for his work on the js driver, Stephen for
>>> putting up with me and the others for their valuable feedback.
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