Searching and Indexing with Examine

Target Audience

Asp.net MVC Developers who need to build real world search applications with Umbraco.

Prerequisites

You are expected to know Umbraco and its APIs; asp.net MVC, Visual Studio and GIT.

Course Topics:

  • Lucene.net internals
  • Examine configuration
  • Examine Fluent API
  • Examine events, gathering node and document writing
  • How to debug Examine queries
  • Indexing and searching PDFs
  • Boosting
  • How to build your own custom indexer
  • Multi index search
  • Multilingual search
  • How to index complex data types
  • Spatial search with Lucene.net contrib
  • Faceting

Objectives

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

  • Be versed in the inner workings of Examine and Lucene.
  • Be able to write your own search solutions using Examine.
  • Understand the common issues faced by people starting out with Examine.
  • Learn how to debug search queries.
  • Gain insider knowledge of the extended capabilities of the search tool.
  • Create advanced search solutions using Lucene.net contrib.
  • Achieve official recognition as an Examine expert.

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