A simple search engine web application meant as example code for Alida
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README.rst

Clojure Blog Search web application

This is a very simple web application that provides a front-end to search results indexed by Alida, which is a search library I wrote for my talk at EuroClojure 2012 on the topic of "Building a search engine with Clojure".

These are the commands you need to run to start it on GNU/Linux or a similar operating system:

git clone https://github.com/fmw/clojure-blog-search-www.git
cd clojure-blog-search-www
lein deps
lein ring server

That's it. These commands should start a local server at http://localhost:3000 with the web application. You do need Git, a working Java environment and a copy of Leiningen, however.

You can also see a hosted version of this code in action at: http://clojure-blog-search.vixu.com/.

Questions?

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or feedback. You can email me at fmw@vixu.com.

About me

My name is Filip de Waard. As the founder of Vixu.com I write Clojure code for a living. The main focus of Vixu.com is providing website-management software as a service. Under the hood we use the free, open source Vix application to power the service. My company is also working on a product search application written in Clojure.

License

Copyright 2012, F.M. de Waard / Vixu.com. All code is covered by the Apache License, version 2.0.