What is RecallGraph?
It is a versioned-graph data store - it retains all changes that its data (vertices and edges) have gone through to reach their current state. It supports point-in-time graph traversals, letting the user query any past state of the graph just as easily as the present.
RecallGraph is a tool in the Graph Databases category of a tech stack.
RecallGraph is an open source tool with 231 GitHub stars and 13 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to RecallGraph's open source repository on GitHub
Pros of RecallGraph
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- Create single/multiple documents (vertices/edges)
- Replace entire single/multiple documents with new content
- Delete single/multiple documents
- Add/Update specific fields in single/multiple documents
- Restore deleted nodes back to their last known undeleted state
- Point-in-time checkouts
- Async implicit commits
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