Sometimes I meet partner developers who haven’t had the chance to try out Find yet. For those it’s not really clear what Find is, or rather why it’s something quite different compared to “traditional” search solutions. So far this year I've worked with three EPiServer 7 sites. They all use EPiServer Find. Here's why.
Come and learn how to do content retrieval and great free text search using EPiServer Find.
Downloadable and annotated source code for a ready-to-use search page using EPiServer Find.
ElasticSearch is a great and powerful open source search engine that can be used to solve a great range of problems. Here we'll take a look at how we can use ElasticSearch in an ASP.NET MVC application.
The time has come to extend the search page created in the previous article with stemming and highlighting.
This is the first in a series of posts about building search functionality for EPiServer CMS based sites using Truffler. While Truffler can be used for many things such as querying for data and finding related content we’ll here focus on the traditional search page.
Geo facets, a method for search-as-you-type and several other powerful new methods in the .NET API.
Re-indexing of related pages, indexing and searching for VPP-files, geo sorting and several other awesome new features in Truffler's .NET API!
Leverage the powerful Within method in Truffler's .NET API to find locations within a geographical area drawn by users on a map.
I’m happy to announce Truffler Sample, a project that illustrates basic usage of Truffler and it’s .NET API. It’s both a site online at sample.truffler.net and an ASP.NET MVC project that you can download the source code for over at GitHub.