This application models ingredient pairs or flavor affinities and was my entry for the Neo4j Heroku
? Well, I said "what should I call the app?", and my husband said "jabberwocky
". It couldn't be called Jabberwocky of
so behold- Flavorwocky.
The first version
used Grails 2.0 and
the Neo4j add-on for Heroku to provide a basic template for anyone who wants to get up and running with
Grails and Neo4j on Heroku.
The neat visualization is thanks to the D3.js
Now in it's second version
, Flavorwocky is
built using Spring Data Neo4j 4.
A graph is a good fit for this domain, so, using Neo4j, we model the way ingredients in a great dish pair
based on their flavor affinity.
The current version of this app captures flavor pairings and how well ingredients pair together, and then
allows one to search by ingredient and view complementary combinations. Needless to say, this just scratches
surface of the possible features for an app like this.
The essence of Spring
Data Neo4j 4
month- Neo4j add-on for Heroku
Neo4j add-on for Heroku, part 2