Get Started with TerminusDB
Get started in minutes on Windows, macOS, or Linux with the steps below.
Install a TerminusDB server.
Start a TerminusDB server.
Create, query, and maintain your databases using several programmatic interfaces.
Interaction with TerminusDB databases is through the TerminusBD Server. The server provides a RESTful API using the JSON-LD exchange format. This enables you to develop applications with your toolchain to utilize the powerful features of graph search and storage.
To install a TerminusDB server and use TerminusDB databases programmatically in your applications, the installation options below are available. Click on an option for detailed install instructions.
Install as a Docker container also referred to as the TerminusDB bootstrap.
TerminusDB comes with GraphQL for more information visit the GraphQL reference guide.
TerminusDB provides several interfaces for creating, querying, and maintaining your databases. Depending on the component/s you choose to install, you can interact with TerminusDB using one or more of the available interfaces listed below.
Use one or a combination of several TerminusDB interfaces.
TerminusDB automatically generates GraphQL schema to query data. Read the GraphQL reference guide for more information.
Command Line Interface
The TerminusDB Command Line Interface (CLI.)
The TerminusDB dashboard provides a visual interface.
The TerminusDB Web Object Query Language (WOQL.)