AJAX Solr - JavaScript library for creating user interfaces to Apache Solr

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AJAX Solr is a JavaScript library for creating user interfaces to Apache Solr. AJAX Solr supports all features of Solr, including spell check, spatial local parameters, local parameters, facet parameters on both global and per-field bases, and more. It supports Calender, Results, Pager, Tagcloud, Autocomplete and few other widgets.




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