AngkotCayley – Learning with Graph Databases

This post is long overdue, so the hell with it.


I loved learning new stuff, especially ones that I never got the chance to learn at school and I got the chance to get an internship at Ebdesk office in Bandung.

One of my jobs is to build a software for analyzing public transportation in Bandung, especially that with angkot because there so many of them here. My boss require me to try Cayley

I had no introduction to graph databases or anything about it, so I research everything about it and blown away on how all of it works. All of my experiences with databases are basic SQL and to see how every node connected to form a graph.

My first step is to research on angkot lanes, angkot is much different than taxi’s or buses they stop whenever they like. this caused the problem since I planned to make a node on every time they stop.


I decided that each road is a node that connected to the next road it passed through so I made this n-quads to connect the road.

I am from Indonesia and if you confused on some of the vocab this some to help you understood.

jalan – road, kode – code, trayek – route, nama – name




And then I run cayley with the following query



Cayley use javascript with some gremlin inspired graph object, so it felt at home if you use javascript or do web programming regularly.

Cayley also support visualization, after learning on how it works I was amazed on the result

g.V().Tag(‘source’).Both(‘/data/angkot’, null).Tag(‘target’).All()


In conclusion, Cayley is wonderful if you want to try visualizing data based on graph databases, even that I used Cayley built-in databases I able to produce the result that I wanted.

Next time, I will be talking on how I implemented this newly learned technology for end-user needs also what I learn about Graph Databases with TitanDB and it’s pure Gremlin Query Language.

Another Project – ASEF “The Story Teller Project”

This is one project that I currently working on.

My teacher assigned me to help with her project on ASEF ClassNet Program that can be accessed here

One of the project that ASEF ClassNet working on is Story Teller Project that managed by my teacher, the one Intan Kandhi Sukmi, she assigned me to help her create a website so the student that join the project could share the story to each other with ease.

At first, the project started at my mid-term exam so I really had a small amount of time to create and finish the project, one of them is template for the home page. I planned to use WordPress as a static page but I found most of the theme are too heavy and slow for my low-cost web hosting service that I use.

I decided to use a free and template from with the Brussels-light theme on it. I use the WordPress as a blog service for the student to post and let the teacher approve before the story published.

The theme I used is Twenty Fourteen theme because it had the simplicity and menu placement that I really liked. I set every new registered user with contributor Role model and I edited the role using WPFront Role Editor that also allow me to define a different menu placement for different user. (guest, administrator, contributor).

I removed most of the Visual Editor JavaScript so the post setting only allow Text only editor to preserve the performance with this hosting I used. But still maintain the capability to post via other with Jet Pack functionality that also allow the user to proofread the text before it published as it was very important for student that her or his country isn’t using English as their main language as neither do I.

I use a couple of handy plugins to enhance the user experience and administrator control and one of them was Sticky Note that I and my teacher used to post the rules and tutorial in the contributor WP Dashboard.

Some of my friend suggested that I use a Cache plugin to improve the performance but after I continually tested it, the result was unreliable within in a long run. I decided to register on a free CloudFlare account to manage this site.

The result was incredible, I received a most improvement in speed after using the default cache with Auto Minify and Rocket Loader to improve the JavaScript performance that most of the impact caused by the JetPack scripts.

After all of this the website was almost ready to use and I’m still working to improve everything on it, including increasing the performance score on GTMetrix and PingDom.

Feel free to browse the website, although it still isn’t finished yet.

And if you’re a student and want to join the project that will started this month, you can contact my teacher at


One of my useless project – VirAtt Virus Scanner

This is VirAtt Virus Scanner, one of my project that I used to help me learn how to code a computer program using the ancient Visual Basic 6 Professional. ‘I pirated it, of course.

The original source code was gathered in planetsourcecode that I downloaded because I was curious with the algorithm of this simple and useful code for learning a file I/O in VB.

I cannot give you the original link to the source code because planetsourcecode receiving a major data loss this couple month and destroying many of my early project and this original source code in question.

The detection mechanism was very simple and straightforward, the program basically check the existence of a file determined in a database that I created within the code variables, when detected the listbox in the form will flashed red on certain item that was detected and offer to kill and unload virus.

The kill part was to end the running process in task manager with the same filename on the database, and unload basically tried to delete the file.

I modified the engine to fix some broken registry if the virus tried to disabled some crucial windows utilities such as Task Manager, Registry Editor, and MSConfig.

The software was released in open-source with GPLv3 license as the original source code was released with a GPLv2.

Feel free to modify or just learn a basic on file and registry manipulation using VB6.