Getting started with Netglub
« The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began, Now far ahead the Road has gone »
The Fellowship of the Ring, R.R. Tolkien
What you need to know before using neglub.
These atomic pieces of information are yet these organized in 2 topics:
Message Exchanger record
Name server Record
These request that discover entities from input entities. Obviously these entities must have direct an logical links.you should have a look to the reference guide.
My first transform
1.Create your graph
First open a new graph (File > New) or new document icon
You have now a « Default Graph 1.ng » tab, that you should change to organize your future tabs !e.g : Let’s name it « my first graph.ng », you can perform this with (File > Save |File > Save as…).
2.Choose your entities :
Drag and drop an entity from the palette window to your graph.
You have to fill the dialog box with entity properties.e.g :
a. Drag and drop entity ‘Domain name’ to your graph.
b. Fill ‘Domain name’ name and surname in the text area, « google.com »
3. Apply transform :
Right-click your entity an choose a transform or all the transforms to applye.g :
a. On your ‘domain name’ entity and apply ‘Default>To Domaine name [TLD]‘:
b. you get every google national domain name.
4.Grabbing further open source information:
Following our example, Right-click on ‘google.com’ then choose the (Apply all transforms)
Wait till it shake… and Enjoy !Tips:
You can select whether with a standard mouse, but you will appreciate using the search and select feature that allow you to select a kind of entity in order to apply it dedicated transforms (have a look at the google icon).