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ransack - Object-based searching.

  •    Ruby

Ransack is a rewrite of MetaSearch created by Ernie Miller and developed/maintained for years by Jon Atack and Ryan Bigg with the help of a great group of contributors. Ransack's logo is designed by Anıl Kılıç. While it supports many of the same features as MetaSearch, its underlying implementation differs greatly from MetaSearch, and backwards compatibility is not a design goal. Ransack enables the creation of both simple and advanced search forms for your Ruby on Rails application (demo source code here). If you're looking for something that simplifies query generation at the model or controller layer, you're probably not looking for Ransack (or MetaSearch, for that matter). Try Squeel instead.

Calaca - Search UI for Elasticsearch

  •    Javascript

Calaca is a beautiful, easy to use, search UI for Elasticsearch. It's made for you if you need to do quick searches for your documents and don't need anything hard to setup, use. In config.js change the configs to match your Elasticsearch cluster.

lf.sh - Bash utility to help you quickly search arbitrary files or search text from files

  •    Shell

lf.sh is a Bash utility to help you quickly search arbitrary files or search text from files. It is more convenient and intuitive to use than ls or find command.




recoll-webui - web interface for recoll desktop search

  •    Python

Recoll WebUI is a Python-based web interface for Recoll text search tool for Unix/Linux. Recoll WebUI can be used as a standalone application or through a web server via WSGI/CGI. Regardless of the mode of operation you need Recoll to be configured on your system as the WebUI only provides a front-end for searching and does not handle index configuration etc.

instantsearch-android - A library of widgets and helpers to build instant-search applications on Android

  •    Java

InstantSearch family: InstantSearch Android | InstantSearch iOS | React InstantSearch | InstantSearch.js | Angular InstantSearch | Vue InstantSearch. InstantSearch Android is a library providing widgets and helpers to help you build the best instant-search experience on Android with Algolia. It is built on top of Algolia's Android API Client to provide you a high-level solution to quickly build various search interfaces.

instantsearch-android-examples - Example apps built with algolia/instantsearch-android

  •    Java

Example apps built with algolia/instantsearch-android. InstantSearch Android is a library providing widgets and helpers to help you build the best instant-search experience on Android with Algolia. It is built on top of Algolia's Android API Client to provide you a high-level solution to quickly build various search interfaces.


instantsearch-ios-examples - Example apps built with InstantSearch iOS

  •    Swift

Example apps built with algolia/instantsearch-ios. InstantSearch iOS is a library providing widgets and helpers to help you build the best instant-search experience on iOS with Algolia. It is built on top of Algolia's Swift API Client to provide you a high-level solution to quickly build various search interfaces.

cloogle.org - The Clean language search engine

  •    Clean

The Clean language search engine. Cloogle lets you search for functions, types, classes and modules from Clean libraries. It also has documentation for language features, common compiler errors and ABC instructions. The web app is available at cloogle.org. Cloogle was inspired by Hoogle. As of June 27, 2018, Cloogle indexes 100× less lines of code than Hoogle (25 thousand vs. 2.3 million). This allows Cloogle to implement more advanced features, such as using queries to find usages.

telegram - Telegram-bot for searching content from popular repositories in inline-mode

  •    Go

Official bot for HentaiDB project in Telegram, written on GoLang. Search content from popular repositories in inline-mode.

PubData - Smart search engine for all bioinformatics databases worldwide

  •    Python

PubData is a search engine and file retrieval system for all bioinformatics databases worldwide. PubData searches biomedical FTP data in a user-friendly fashion similar to how PubMed searches biomedical literature. PubData is hosted as both a web application and a standalone graphical user interface (GUI) software program, while PubMed is hosted as an online web server. PubData is built on novel network programming and natural language processing algorithms that can patch into the FTP servers of any user-specified bioinformatics database, query its contents, and retrieve files for download. PubData is written in the Python programming language (specifically, Django and PyQt4). PubData can remotely search, access, view, and retrieve files from the deeply nested directory trees of any major bioinformatics database via a local computer network. By assembling all major bioinformatics databases under the roof of one software program, PubData allows the user to avoid the unnecessary hassle and non-standardized complexities inherent to accessing databases one-by-one using an Internet browser. More importantly, it allows a user to query multiple databases simultaneously for user-specified keywords (e.g., human, cancer, transcriptome). As such, PubData allows researchers to search, access, view, and download files from the FTP servers of any major bioinformatics database directly from one centralized location. By using only a GUI or web application, PubData allows the user to simultaneously surf multiple bioinformatics FTP servers directly from the comfort of their local computer.

loki - PyQt based file searcher (a frontend for locate tool)

  •    Python

PyQt based frontend for locate tool. Initial version created in a stretch of 6 hours on Tue, 05 May 2015 from 2 to 8 PM.