Hello World: BoltDB

package main

import (

        _ "github.com/cayleygraph/cayley/graph/bolt"

func main() {
        // File for your new BoltDB. Use path to regular file and not temporary in the real world
        tmpfile, err := ioutil.TempFile("", "example")
        if err != nil {

        defer os.Remove(tmpfile.Name()) // clean up

        // Initialize the database
        graph.InitQuadStore("bolt", tmpfile.Name(), nil)

        // Open and use the database
        store, err := cayley.NewGraph("bolt", tmpfile.Name(), nil)
        if err != nil {

        store.AddQuad(quad.Make("phrase of the day", "is of course", "Hello BoltDB!", "demo graph"))

        // Now we create the path, to get to our data
        p := cayley.StartPath(store, quad.String("phrase of the day")).Out(quad.String("is of course"))

        // This is more advanced example of the query.
        // Simpler equivalent can be found in hello_world example.

        // Now we get an iterator for the path and optimize it.
        // The second return is if it was optimized, but we don't care for now.
        it, _ := p.BuildIterator().Optimize()

        // Optimize iterator on quad store level.
        // After this step iterators will be replaced with backend-specific ones.
        it, _ = store.OptimizeIterator(it)

        // remember to cleanup after yourself
        defer it.Close()

        // While we have items
        for it.Next() {
                token := it.Result()                // get a ref to a node (backend-specific)
                value := store.NameOf(token)        // get the value in the node (RDF)
                nativeValue := quad.NativeOf(value) // convert value to normal Go type

                fmt.Println(nativeValue) // print it!
        if err := it.Err(); err != nil {