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  1. Hi, Processwire makes efficient use of mysql - every field is a table and field-specific tables are joined on demand. However, joins are used nonetheless, especially in performing queries for $pages->find("selector") and related db-querying selector functions. So queries for $pages->find(field1=value1, field2=value2, field3=value3) will join field_field1, field_field2 and field_field3 tables. In this case, does it make sense to use graph databases (such as neo4j) compared to mysql? With data being connected now more than ever and with all the hype around graph databases and neo4j, will we see a potential support for graph databases in future releases of processwire?
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