Prefix Search as a Service, built using Node.js, Express, Redis, and MongoDB
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README.md

Prefixy

Prefix Search as a Service

Prefixy is a hosted prefix search engine that powers autocomplete suggestions. Suggestions dynamically update in response to user input, so users only see the most relevant suggestions.

Documentation is in the docs directory. Additional documentation coming soon!

Also see the prefixy-service repo, which is responsible for API token generation, hosting the client javascript, and the user interface for prefixy.io.