Community Tools

MarkLogic has many tools which are often open source projects that have benefited from the contributions of the MarkLogic developer community. Many projects have repositories hosted at GitHub, MarkLogic’s preferred site for sharing code. If you’re new to GitHub, there is a wealth of help available. We encourage contributions from the developer community, so please take a look at how to fork a repo and send a pull request on GitHub. Also, look for the CONTRIBUTING.md file in a project; maintainers often use this to give you guidelines for contributions. We have a GitHub MarkLogic Community, but we recommend exploring here first.

Questions? Email us directly at community-requests@marklogic.com.

ml-gradle

A Gradle plugin that can automate everything you do with MarkLogic: deploy an application, add a host, backup a database, stub out a new project, load modules as you modify them…ml-gradle either automates it already or can be extended to do so.

MarkLogic Unit Test

A unit test framework for MarkLogic, including a REST endpoint for listing and running unit tests, as well as a Java library for integration with existing test frameworks like JUnit.

Data Explorer

Quickly and easily set up queries and tabular views of data in any MarkLogic database. While currently limited to XML data, other data models are in the works.

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