== Neo4j Movies Application: Quick Start
This example application demonstrates how easy it is to get started with http://neo4j.com/developer[Neo4j] in Python.
It is a very simple web application that uses our Movie graph dataset to provide a search with listing, a detail view and a graph visualization.
=== The Stack
These are the components of our Web Application:
First get yourself setup with link:http://docs.python-guide.org/en/latest/dev/virtualenvs/[virtualenv] so we don't break any other Python stuff you have on your machine. After you've got that installed let's setup an environment for our app:
The next step is to install the dependencies for the app with pip (or pip3 for python3):
=== Run locally
Start your local Neo4j Server (http://neo4j.com/download[Download & Install]), open the http://localhost:7474[Neo4j Browser].
Then install the Movies data-set with
:play movies, click the statement, and hit the triangular "Run" button.
And finally let's start up a Flask web server:
Navigate to http://localhost:8080 and you should see your first Neo4j application
=== Configuration options
[%header,cols=2*] |=== |Environment variable name |Default value (or N/A)
|NEO4J_DATABASE |movies |===