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H2 Database - Java based Database Engine

  •    Java

H2 database is very fast, open source database engine. It supports SQL and JDBC standards. It can run in Embedded and Server mode and it has clustering support.

Crate - The fast, scalable, easy to use SQL database with native full text search

  •    Java

Crate is an open source, highly scalable, shared-nothing distributed SQL database. Crate offers the scalability and performance of a modern No-SQL database with the power of Standard SQL. Crate’s distributed SQL query engine lets you use the same syntax that already exists in your applications or integrations, and have queries seamlessly executed across the crate cluster, including any aggregations, if needed.

SenseiDB - Distributed, Realtime, Semi-Structured Database from LinkedIn

  •    Java

Sensei is a distributed data system that was built to support many product initiatives at LinkedIn, including the real-time faceted search in LinkedIn Signal and the news feed and tabs on the Homepage. Sensei is both a search engine and a database. It is designed to query and navigate through documents that consist of unstructured text and well-formed and structured metadata. Sensei is both a search engine and a database.

HubbleDotNet - Open source full-text search engine

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HubbleDotNet is an open source full text search database project based on .net framework. Fast, precise, SQL supported and easy to use.




WWDCCompanion - A demo app for full text search with GRDB.swift

  •    Swift

This Swift 3 application stores, displays, and lets the user search the WWDC 2017 sessions.

ftserver - Lightweight Embeddable iBoxDB Full Text Search Server for Java

  •    Java

the results order based on the ID number in IndexTextNoTran(.. long id, ...), descending order. the Page.GetRandomContent() method is used to keep the Search-Page-Content always changing, doesn't affect the real page order.

ftserver-cs - Lightweight iBoxDB Full Text Search Server for C#

  •    CSharp

the results order based on the ID number in IndexTextNoTran(.. long id, ...), descending order. the Page.GetRandomContent() method is used to keep the Search-Page-Content always changing, doesn't affect the real page order.