The perfect library for adding search, sort, filters and flexibility to tables, lists and various HTML elements. Built to be invisible and work on existing HTML.Project mention: Can somebody help me get this converted from jQuery to Vanilla JS? | reddit.com/r/CodingHelp | 2021-08-06
Next-Generation full text search library for Browser and Node.jsProject mention: DynamoDB full text search | reddit.com/r/aws | 2021-09-21
Another option that was often suggested to me was building the search index with a library such as https://github.com/nextapps-de/flexsearch and distribute the index than to the client and handle it one the client. But yeah sounds like a lot of overhead and I haven't tried it.
Solr-powered search for Ruby objects
So in the first script tag, we imported the search-js module. Then, in the next script tag, we defined an asynchronous function called get_data(), this function makes a fetch request to this URL (https://dev.to/api/articles?per_page=900) and it returns a list of 900 dev.to articles in JSON format. To the next part, we add an event listener to the load event of the page, when the event is fired, we retrieve the articles from the get_data() function, then we create a new search-js instance. The constructor of search-js requires an identifier so we use the id of the articles. The search.addIndex('title') tells search-js to search for our query in the titles only, then finally, search.addDocuments is used to add the articles JSON data to the search-js instance.
:mag: Ambar: Document Search EngineProject mention: Looking for a search-focused EDMS | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2021-07-08
I don't need any other features (other than batch uploading). The best ones I've found so far are Ambar, I, librarian, and Lodestone with their multiple 'snippet' search functionality, however for various reasons they won't work with my use case.
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Fast and easy searching inside a page (by Haroenv)Project mention: Accepting your CSS/JS library in my project | dev.to | 2021-07-02
holmes: Fast and easy searching inside a page repo It uses microlight also.
Search UI. Libraries for the fast development of modern, engaging search experiences.Project mention: Developer Diaries: Week 6 - Deep thinking, workstation optimization, and search UI! | dev.to | 2021-09-10
The app my team is working on uses Elastic's App Search and Search UI. (You know, cause Elastic!)
Redux bindings for client-side search
BitTorrent P2P multi-platform search engine for Desktop and Web servers with integrated torrent client.Project mention: Rats on The Boat - BitTorrent search engine v1.6.0 | reddit.com/r/Piracy | 2021-06-10
Browser extension for reverse image search, available for Edge, Chrome and FirefoxProject mention: Help me find the stock foto used for the cover of Mexican Gothic | reddit.com/r/RBI | 2021-09-22
But it still wasn't enough to find the actual photo by this browser add-on: https://github.com/dessant/search-by-image so I just gave up. :)
The futuristic, fabulous and free desktop app for working with scientific literature :microscope: :book:Project mention: FBI Has Gained Access to Sci-Hub Founder's Apple Account, Email Claims | reddit.com/r/privacy | 2021-05-14
There's an opensource distributed sci-hub like app called sciencefair. It's using the dat protocol. It's working but it hasn't been updated since a year and it doesn't support proxies as sci-hub does to fetch new content directly, here the model is for each user to share their own collection of articles.
Blazingly fast, multi tenant, faceted search API
A JS adapter library to build rich search interfaces with Typesense and InstantSearch.jsProject mention: Weekly Feedback Post Saas Products Ideas Companies | reddit.com/r/SaaS | 2021-01-03
We've also built an integration with InstantSearch.js so you can use the same awesome UI widgets that Algolia offers, but with a Typesense backend.
JS client for Typesense: https://github.com/typesense/typesenseProject mention: 👋Would anyone be interested in working together on a Rust client library for Typesense (OSS alternative to Algolia / ElasticSearch)? | reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-04-21
The idea is to provide a thin idiomatic wrapper around the Typesense REST API. The most involved part is the retry logic to detect if a node is down and retry the request on another node in the cluster, for high availability. For eg, here's the logic in the JS client. The rest of it is creating one class per API resource and adding appropriate methods.
De-Mainstream YouTube A browser extension to remove Mainstream Media results from YouTube searches.Project mention: Is Youtube censoring search results? | reddit.com/r/FreeSpeech | 2021-02-12
Yes, you can download demainstream youtube and that extension will automatically filter out all the mainstream media propaganda in the search results. You can also disable it if you want to temporarily search for a video on like CNN or something.
Browser extension to search and navigate browser tabs, local bookmarks and history.Project mention: Browser extension to (fuzzy) search bookmarks, history and open tabs | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-20
Thanks to your feedback, I've added a new option to display "dateAdded" for bookmarks and two new options how the recentness of dateAdded affects the score. By default this is very low. (It will take a while until this is published at the stores).
See https://github.com/Fannon/search-bookmarks-history-and-tabs#... (first example, and for more details the options.js).
Regarding the sorting / filtering: I see the value in it, but this would be more work and I want to think it through first. Maybe I'll find the time to add it. If yes, maybe I'll add a "sort" mode that cycles between "score" (default)" "last visited" or "date added". Although only score is available for all types of results.
dmt engine (pc, server or small computers)Project mention: Would like to invite people to check out this approach to search engines | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 2021-06-12
I agree!! I think the easiest way to share this info in more detail is through video, not possible to do this now but this fall we'll have online meetings with detailed explanations how it works "under the hood" and more polished videos will be available by end of year. Before that I think I can record a simpler type of video that can serve the purpose in meantime.. I'll do it by end of this month. To answer your question quicky: for crawling -- it's just this simple method: https://github.com/uniqpath/dmt/blob/main/core/node/webscan/lib/scanWebLink.js ... entire search logic is visible here in dmt/search middleware : https://github.com/uniqpath/dmt/tree/main/core/node/search .. USP is -- I think visible here: https://dmt-system.com .. can't be summed up in 2 words.
Elegant, accessible search component for React.
Contrastive Language-Image Forensic Search allows free text searching through videos using OpenAI's machine-learning model CLIPProject mention: [P] "A truck with the text JCN" - CLIP is scarily good at surveillance forensic search | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 2021-09-20
CLIP image response
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