JSON Search is still a work in progress, but is currently fully functional and supports almost all of the core features of Lucene.
It is sorely lacking documentation and unit tests, but you can get a good sense of what it can do by looking at the files in the
Here's a quick example on how to use JSON Search:
- Better intro/documentation
- Write unit tests
- Document source code
- Add different storage indexes
- Add stemmers from jsSnowball
- Add language detection
- Improve UTF-8 support in parsers/tokenizers
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