SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, the first day of DevCon 2022, AlgoliaAt the inaugural developer conference, the company unveiled three new features: Connector & Flow APIs, Algolia CLI (command line interface), and React InstantSearch Hooks, all designed to meet the ever-changing needs of the developer community. . Algolia’s commitment to continuous innovation helps millions of developers worldwide quickly create superior search and discovery experiences.
“At Algolia, we are constantly developing new tools based on input from our growing community of world-class developers,” said Bharat Guruprakash, Chief Product Officer, Algolia. “The enhancements announced today are designed to help developers save valuable time and increase productivity. Thanks to Algolia’s commitment to innovation, developers are well equipped to deliver the best possible search and discovery experience, today and in the future.
Connector and flow APIs
New connector APIs make it easier for developers to connect and ingest data into Algolia, regardless of location. For example, developers will now be able to retrieve JSON data directly from a URL. This new feature automates a critical workflow, freeing up valuable developer time. Stream APIs allow developers to transform and enhance data during ingestion into an index, eliminating the need to write custom code that prepares data during the ingestion process. Feeds can also run on a schedule or through a webhook to ensure indexes are always up-to-date without extra effort.
Developers can now Register to receive access to beta versions of the Connector and Flow APIs, once available.
Algolia CLI (Command Line Interface)
The Algolia CLI is accessible directly from a developer’s terminal so they can quickly complete tasks or write comprehensive scripts that automate work with Algolia. The Algolia CLI can be used to configure changes to any index, create synonyms, migrate settings, export an index to a file, reload snapshots, and much more, without the need to write any code complex and scaffolding in specific programming languages. From managing simple operations to complex workflows, Algolia’s CLI makes it easier to implement changes and relieve the developer team by creating broader accessibility within the IT team.
The Algolia CLI is fully open-source, MIT-licensed, and resides in a public GitHub repository, so developers have the ability to further customize the code as needed. The Algolia CLI is now available and can be installed today.
React to InstantSearch Hooks
React InstantSearch Hooks is a new iteration of the React InstantSearch library, an open-source UI library for quickly building a search and discovery interface in a front-end application without code, which now works with React Hooks, a web-based framework for creating apps. New enhancements let developers use pre-made UI widgets, or go headless and take full rendering control with hooks. Developers can start using React InstantSearch Hooks today.
Algolia is revolutionizing search and discovery by providing the world’s most powerful API-First search and discovery platform with its unique hybrid search engine, which is a combination of keywords and vector semantic search via technology NeuralSearch, in a single API. Algolia offers builders and business users a better way to create unique and engaging user experiences at Internet scale to predict what customers want with blazing speed and the best app browsing experience leading to discovery. more remarkable. Algolia is your guide to discovering global content where you live, work and play. Discovery, as a result, is reinvented as good content finds every user to inform, enrich and surprise. More than 12,500 companies, including Under Armour, Birchbox, Stripe, Slack, Medium and Zendesk, trust Algolia to handle over 1.5 trillion search queries per year. Algolia is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, Atlanta, Austin, Paris, London, Bucharest and Sydney. To learn more, visit www.algolia.com.
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