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DuckieTV - A web application built with AngularJS to track your favorite tv-shows with semi-automagic torrent integration

  •    Javascript

DuckieTV is an application that takes care of TV-Show addicts by providing a personalized TV-Show calendar. DuckieTV makes sure the information is always up-to-date and gives you an integrated blocking-resistant torrent search to help you get to the right download as easy as possible. With the integrated DuckieTorrent client you can connect DuckieTV to your local Torrent client and be updated on the download progress without switching applications. Support is available for clients of µTorrent/BitTorrent, Aria2, BiglyBT, Deluge, Ktorrent, qBittorrent, rTorrent, Tixati, Transmission and Vuze.

tantivy - Tantivy is a full-text search engine library inspired by Lucene and written in Rust

  •    Rust

Tantivy is a full text search engine library written in rust. It is closer to Lucene than to Elastic Search and Solr in the sense it is not an off-the-shelf search engine server, but rather a crate that can be used to build such a search engine.

RediSearch - FullText Search module for redis

  •    C

Redisearch implements a search engine on top of Redis, but unlike other redis search libraries, it does not use internal data structures like sorted sets. Inverted indexes are stored as a special compressed data type that allows for fast indexing and search speed, and low memory footprint.




Mailpile - A free & open modern, fast email client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features

  •    Python

Mailpile (https://www.mailpile.is/) is a modern, fast web-mail client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features. The development of Mailpile is funded by a large community of backers and all code related to the project is and will be released under an OSI approved Free Software license. Mailpile places great emphasis on providing a clean, elegant user interface and pleasant user experience. In particular, Mailpile aims to make it easy and convenient to receive and send PGP encrypted or signed e-mail.

picky - Picky is an easy to use and fast Ruby semantic search engine that helps your users find what they are looking for

  •    HTML

for installing and managing Ruby versions, there are two projects: rbenv and RVM. Please see the Getting Started section on the Picky website.

elasticsuite - Smile ElasticSuite - Magento 2 merchandising and search engine built on ElasticSearch

  •    PHP

Due to an update of the Unit test framework in Magento 2.2, we cannot ensure compatibility between ElasticSuite >2.4 and Magento 2.1.x versions. If your project is based on Magento 2.2.x you can start working with ElasticSuite today using the latest 2.5.x release.


algoliasearch-wordpress - :pill: Algolia Search plugin for WordPress is a drop in replacement for WordPress search

  •    Javascript

Search by Algolia is the smartest way to improve search on your site. Autocomplete is included, along with full control over look, feel and relevance. The plugin provides relevant search results in milliseconds, ensuring that your users can find your best posts at the speed of thought. It also comes with native typo-tolerance and is language-agnostic, so that every WordPress user, no matter where they are, can benefit from it.

search-plugins - Search plugins for the search feature

  •    Python

This repository contains search plugins for the search feature in qBittorrent. Most probably, you want to head over to the wiki.

ambar - :mag: Ambar: Document Search System

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Ambar is an open-source document search and management system with automated crawling, OCR, tagging and instant full-text search.There are two editions available: Community and Enterprise. Enterprise Edition is a full featured document search and management system that can handle terabytes of data.

MHTextSearch - A fast full-text search library for Objective-C

  •    Objective-C

A fast & minimal embedded full-text indexing library, written in Objective-C, built on top of Objective-LevelDB.By far, the easiest way to integrate this library in your project is by using CocoaPods.

text-sherlock - Text (source code) search engine with indexer and a front end web interface to search

  •    Python

Provides a fast, easy to install and use search engine for text but, mostly for source code. OpenGrok requires too much time to install (though it may be worth it for some). Sherlock will give you a much easier setup, a text indexer, and a web app interface for searching. You may need to install some packages before a Ubuntu installation will run without error.

haro - Harō is a modern immutable DataStore

  •    Javascript

Harō is a modern immutable DataStore built with ES6 features, which can be wired to an API for a complete feedback loop. It is un-opinionated, and offers a plug'n'play solution to modeling, searching, & managing data on the client, or server (in RAM). It is a partially persistent data structure, by maintaining version sets of records in versions (MVCC). Synchronous commands return an Array instantly, while asynchronous commands return Promises which will resolve or reject in the future. This allows you to build complex applications without worrying about managing async code.

AnySearch-safari-extension - Safari extension to use a custom search engine in the Safari address bar, or disable searches completely

  •    Javascript

Use a custom search engine in the Safari address bar, or disable searches completely. As of Safari 6, the separate address bar and Google Search field have been combined into a single "Smart Search Field" that can take both web addresses and searches. In the Safari Preferences, you can set one of four different search engines: Google, Yahoo!, Bing, and DuckDuckGo.

acts_as_indexed - Acts As Indexed is a plugin which provides a pain-free way to add fulltext search to your Ruby on Rails app

  •    Ruby

This plugin allows boolean-queried fulltext search to be added to any Rails app with no dependencies and minimal setup. Run bundle install. Done.

flow-indexer - Flow-Indexer indexes flows found in chunked log files from bro,nfdump,syslog, or pcap files

  •    Go

The deciding factor for how to partition the databases is how many unique ips you see per day. I suggest starting with monthly indexes. If the indexing performance takes a huge hit by the end of the month, switch to daily indexes. the indexall command will expand file_glob and index any log file that matches.