Posted on Dienstag, 19. November 2013, 09:30 Uhr EST
Contrib Search maintainers are committed to make Drupal 8 kick ass with Search API.
Search is a massively cool technology spectrum with loads of really tough problems such as language stemming, delivering search as a site scales and
Posted on Dienstag, 29. Oktober 2013, 01:41 Uhr EDT
Problem at hand!
Search is a hard thing to achieve, it really is. Let me show this by using an example of a restaurant chain that wants to add Drupal as their homepage of their whole chain. Of course, like many other organizations they do not only
Posted on Dienstag, 10. Juli 2012, 05:27 Uhr EDT
My name is Nick Veenhof and I've been a member of the Drupal community for quite some time now. (more than 5 years it seems!). I've been trying to focus on the Search front, more specifically on the Apache Solr Search Integration front. Since
Posted on Montag, 7. November 2011, 11:35 Uhr EST
A quick and simple guide to get Drupal 7 and Apache Solr version 3.5 or higher running on your local development machine! For the ones that have been resistant in trying out Apache Solr, this is your chance. If you are running an OSX or Unix machine
Posted on Dienstag, 1. November 2011, 11:53 Uhr EDT
Internally at Acquia we had the need to add a custom plugin to our Solr 3.4 Build. This was already developed for Solr 1.4 but since Solr 3.x is using a very different approach while building and compiling its contrib folder.
I'll warn you because
Posted on Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2011, 13:44 Uhr EDT
The history of my engagement with Acquia started a while ago — well, a couple of months. Considering how fast Acquia is growing, I'd call that "a while ago" around here!
My name is Nick Veenhof (nickveenhof.be). After getting a Bachelor's degree in