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43 Stories To Learn About Search

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Let's learn about Search via these 43 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

1. Instant Search and Related Stories: Algolia + HackerNoon

Instant search powered by Algolia cover to HackerNoon. Showing tags, companies and users as well.

2. Scrape Google Images with Node JS

This tutorial will teach us to scrape Google Images with Node JS.

3. How to Find Your Number in a Sorted List: Binary Search Explained

Binary search works exactly like finding a word in a dictionary.

4. What it Takes to Build a Really Great Search Engine

Building a successful search takes more than technical smarts, but if done right is one of the most rewarding products you could work on.

5. Here’s Why I’m Gambling It All Away On My Open Source Startup

By Han Xiao, Founder and CEO of Jina AI. Edited by Bing He and Alex C-G

6. Understanding Vector Embeddings for AI-Powered Search

Vector embeddings will eclipse keyword-based search. Here's how.

7. How the autocomplete search in the Mozilla Documentation Works

Last month, Gregor Weber and I added an autocomplete search to MDN Web Docs, that allows you to quickly jump straight to the document you want.

8. First Impressions of YouCode: The Search Engine for Programmers

As a tech enthusiast and programmer, I love trying new platforms that attempt to reinvent the way we interact with computers, the internet, and each other. One of the most outdated yet crucial tools we interact with every day — the search engine — is due for disruption. Many companies recognize this and have tried to redesign and reinvent the search process. To stay at the forefront of this search engine revolution and take control over my search results, I experimented with several smaller search engines (most still in beta). One of the most innovative and curated alternative search engines is In my opinion, their recent release of YouCode has the potential to reshape how programmers interact with the internet, expedite problem solving, and enhance software design. Today I will be reviewing this novel search engine and discussing how I use it to improve my coding.

9. Google Ads Update: What Crypto Marketers Need to Know

Google is changing the way it displays cryptocurrency-related ads on its search engine and various platforms. Starting August 3rd, crypto exchange and wallet...

10. Can Distributed Search Engines Challenge Google’s Dominance?

Who would have thought that the narrative, which fueled the emergence of the internet, would later birth Google that had since dominated the proceedings of the ever-growing internet world?

11. Know More About The Google Images You Search For

Discovering pictures is simple, yet realizing their setting isn’t generally self-evident. As of not long ago.

12. 7 SEO Mistakes That You Should Avoid in 2022

Take a look at the 7 SEO mistakes you should avoid if you are serious about increasing your site traffic as much as you can. Keep your SEO strategy intact!

13. How to Use Data Grid to Render Great Info in Your Web Apps

Using a data grid is important if your web application renders a lot of data, such as tracking stats or reports.

14. How Does Google Calculate the SERP?

Business visionaries and sponsors the world over are endeavouring to understand how to get their pages to rank better in Google. Nevertheless, it's basic to consider why and how Google ranks locales. Those locales that appear on the essential page for a search question are those that Google considers being the most critical, relevant and finally significant to the searcher, for a specific request.

15. Is Google Doomed? Only the Paranoid Survive….

The New York Times recently proclaimed  A New Chat Bot Is a ‘Code Red’ for Google’s Search Business.

16. 3-Must-Haves to Win Podcast Search Optimization And Bring in New Listeners

Keep these hacks in mind and benefit from additional opportunities to stand out from the crowd of competitors and win new listeners through search algorithms.

17. Simple Twitter Search Tricks for Developers

Hey, guys, there is a huge community of developers on Twitter. So, it's just essential and cool to know some Twitter search tricks. All the search tricks mention here are amazing and important for you.

18. The Google Empire Strikes Back

Google has taken an important step in re-claiming the narrative about conversational AI with the launch of Bard, Google's ChatGPT killer.

19. Why Your Website Must Have an SEO Strategy for 2022

If you're running a small business, you know that it's essential to be found online. And if you want to be found online, you need to rank high in Google search

20. Get Rid Of Mistakes In Coding Once And For All: Useful Tips For Beginners

Here in this post, I am going to tell you about the 10 common mistakes you will make or who knows you're still making as a beginner and will clear them all.

21. I Built A Handy Browser Plugin To Search Docs And Packages Directly From The Address Bar

Hi all. I'm so honored to introduce my product: Go Search Extension, a handy browser plugin to help every Go developer search docs and package in the address bar instantly.

22. 10 Alternative Search Engines to Use in 2020

We know all the names of the big guys who can give us instant access to information, but with far-reaching data leaks and continued concerns about how our data is shared online, many people are looking for alternative search engines. Here is a primer on search engines and some alternatives you can use in 2020.

23. Microsoft’s Collaboration with ChatGPT Could Spell Trouble for Google’s Dominance

What does Microsoft's collaboration with OpenAi mean for the search industry? Will Bing finally be able to challenge Google? Here's what I think

24. 10 Reasons Why Long-tail Keywords Drive Traffic

Here are ten reasons you should focus on long-tail keywords in your digital marketing strategy.

25. Save and Search Through Your Slack Channel History on a Free Slack Plan

Sometimes, we might not be able to afford a paid subscription on Slack. Here's a tutorial on how you can save and search through your Slack history for free.

26. Google, the Rise of Junk Articles and Why it has Become Harder to Find Info on the Web

You’re googling something. The first result seems promising. You open it. It’s a really long, messy article, and you can’t find your needle in this haystack.

27. Bite-Sized Tips To Make Chinese Full-Text Search

Today I'd like to highlight the challenge of search functionality in Chinese. In this article, we will go through the main difficulties of full-text search implementation for CJK languages and how to overcome them with the help of Manticore Search.

28. The Evolution of Google and Website SEO

Shipwreck Kelly was a legend in his day. His face was on the front of many newspapers, and people would drive for miles to see him What made him so special? Kelly could sit atop a flagpole, sometimes hundreds of feet in the air, longer than anyone else.

29. An Introduction to the Power of Vector Search for Beginners

An introduction to neural vector search, in comparison to keyword-based search.

30. How Is Anonymous View Different From Private Mode

One of the most misunderstood features on most modern browsers is Private Mode, sometimes called incognito mode. When I am offering advice on measures people can take in their privacy such as using a private search engine or a VPN, I am told, “I don’t need those, I use incognito mode.”

31. To Google or Not to Google: What the Future Has In Store for Search

In the future, "to Google" may become outdated in light of breakthrough changes anticipating search engines in the months to come.

32. Getting Started with the Weaviate Vector Search Engine

Everybody who works with data in any way shape or form knows that one of the most important challenges is searching for the correct answers to your questions. There is a whole set of excellent (open source) search engines available but there is one thing that they can’t do, search and related data based on context.

33. 8 Ways to Improve the CLS Score in Google’s Core Web Vitals

The Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) of a website is important to user experience, which is why it’s one of three metrics included in Google’s new Core Web Vitals.

34. Build A Web Crawler with Search bar Using Wget and Manticore [A Step By Step Guide]

Hi everyone. In this article we are going to talk about how can you write a simple web scraper and a little search application using well known existing technologies which you perhaps didn’t know they can do that.

35. Jina, a Deep Learning-Powered Search Framework, Can Help You Build Your Neural Search

Use Jina to search text or images with the power of deep learning.

36. SEO, Data Science & Correlative Analysis For Google Organic Traffic

This article will touch on how data science can be used in SEO and look at how correlative analysis should be used during the content creation process. For those not familiar with these topics, there will be examples and pictures but as should be expected when covering any complicated topic, the scope of the article will be limited to the main purpose.

37. To be Relevant or not to be: a Search Story about Precision and Recall

With the amount of data created growing exponentially each year and forecasted to reach 59 zettabytes in 2020 and more than 175 zettabytes by 2025, the importance of discovering and understanding this data will continue to be, even more than before, a decisive and competitive differentiator for many companies.

38. How to Use Fuzzy Query Matches in Elasticsearch

Typo is something that often happens and can reduce user’s experience, fortunately, Elasticsearch can handle it easily with Fuzzy Query.

39. 3 Underused Structured Data Schema Markups

Schema markup using structured data is a wonderful thing. Not only does it help Google Search better understand the content of a page, it can also display relevant snippets of information in search results.

40. Highlighting in Search Results

In this tutorial you will learn how to highlight search results in Manticore Search. You can benefit from search results highlighting if you want to improve readability of search results in your application or a web site.

41. To be Relevant or not to be: a Search Story about Precision and Recall

With the amount of data created growing exponentially each year and forecasted to reach 59 zettabytes in 2020 and more than 175 zettabytes by 2025, the importance of discovering and understanding this data will continue to be, even more than before, a decisive and competitive differentiator for many companies.

42. Fundamentals of Full-Text Operators and Basic Search

In this tutorial, we will explore full-text search operators available in Manticore Search.

43. Dead Letter Queue no Elastic Stack

Melhore a obsevabilidade da sua Stack Elastic, baseado em fatos reais

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