Full-text Search with Elasticsearch in Rails

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  • elastic_songs_api

    An example project using Rails and Elasticsearch

    You can find the source code of an example project that we're going to build here. The commit history more or less corresponds to the order of the sections in this article.

  • json-formatter

    Makes JSON/JSONP easy to read.

    Running GET queries from the browser using some extension for pretty printing JSON.

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  • Elasticsearch Rails

    Elasticsearch integrations for ActiveModel/Record and Ruby on Rails

    Let's add Elasticsearch into the mix. To do so, we will need the elasticsearch-model gem. It's an official Elasticsearch gem that integrates nicely with Rails models.

  • elasticsearch-ruby

    Ruby integrations for Elasticsearch

    The Ruby gem

  • Searchkick

    Intelligent search made easy

    Searchkick

  • chewy

    High-level Elasticsearch Ruby framework based on the official elasticsearch-ruby client

    Chewy

  • jq

    Command-line JSON processor

    Using curl from the command-line (you might find jq handy).

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  • Apache Solr

    Apache Lucene and Solr open-source search software

    is built on top of Apache Lucene;

  • HomeBrew

    🍺 The missing package manager for macOS (or Linux)

    The easiest way to install Elasticsearch on macOS is to use brew:

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