Fernando Doglio
Aug 22, 2019 ⋅ 8 min read

How to write your own search engine using Node.js and Elastic

Fernando Doglio Technical Manager at Globant. Author of books and maker of software things. Find me online at fdoglio.com.

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3 Replies to "How to write your own search engine using Node.js and Elastic"

  1. Hello,
    I am desperately wanting to develop my own search engine (for personal and private reasons….mostly because my site is so censored due to the bulk of it speaking out against monopoly control and capitalism and polity becoming one-and-the-same).

    So I came across your post here: https://blog.logrocket.com/write-your-own-search-engine-using-node-js-and-elastic/

    I see that this was recently written which makes it more appealing to me.

    Thanks for the time you took to write this.

  2. This blog has the information that enterprise search tool enthusiasts need to get started with building their own search engine like the ones available today, like 3RDi Search, Algolia, Commvault, etc.

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