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Two Languages Shockingly Easy to Use With MarkLogic

by Paul Hoehne
As a MarkLogic consultant, my job is as often about managing MarkLogic or moving data in and out of MarkLogic as it is about the application with which the end-user interacts. Here are two languages that don’t have large, formal MarkLogic toolkits like the DMSDK or Java Client API, but are easy to “plug in” to MarkLogic. It’s possible to use these languages to build tools or scripts to simplify your MarkLogic work.

Introduction to the UML-to-Entity Services Toolkit: UML Modeling with MarkLogic's Entity Services

by Mike Havey
Unified Modeling Language (UML) helps to visually depict your model for greater clarity and can feed into MarkLogic’s Entity Services providing a low-effort means to model-driven data management in MarkLogic.

Lazy Evaluation Magic

by Joe Crean
Learn about lazy evaluation -- what it is and when it is appropriate to use. Study it in action with XQuery code that processes and groups search results in a fast and efficient way.

Building a Semantic Recommendation Engine: the Sequel

by Michael Malgeri
Use social media to improve recommendations

Postman Test Scripting with XML

by Bob Starbird
As a MarkLogic developer, I often use Postman to send requests to the MarkLogic server. MarkLogic Server can fit into an architecture in a variety of ways. One way is as an Operational Data Hub. As an ODH it receives data from many data sources and stores them in a single accessible hub. MarkLogic's multi-model databases leverage the inherent structure of the data being stored. It provides native storage for JSON, XML, RDF, geospatial, and large binaries so it can easily consume and produce both JSON and XML. When integrating data from silos, the source data format can be preserved or transformed. Often these services are exposed as REST endpoints for an application tier. In order to test these services I often use Postman. I had been working with Postman interactively testing endpoints with individual requests and getting responses. The new Postman app also supports collections of tests that can be run as a suite. I needed to test the web services of an application with REST endpoints and X ...