Practical Apache Lucene 8
- Author: Atri Sharma
- ISBN: 1484263448
- Year: 2020
- Pages: 103
- Language: English
- File size: MB
- File format: PDF, ePub
- Category: Programming
Gain a comprehensive understanding of Lucene’s abilities and utilize it to create your own search software. This book explores the Java-based, high-performance text search engine library used to build search capabilities in your applications.
Starting with the fundamentals of Lucene and hunting, you will learn about the types of questions used in it and also take a look at scoring models. Applying this basic knowledge, you will develop a hello world program utilizing fundamental Lucene queries and research functions like grading and record level boosting.
Along the way, you’ll also uncover the concepts of partial searching and fitting in Lucene and learn how to integrate geographical data (geospatial data) in Lucene utilizing spatial queries and n-dimensional indexing. This will instruct you to construct a location-aware search engine using a representative data set that enables place constraints to be specified during a search.
After a detailed review of performance bench-marking and common issues connected with it, you are going to learn some of the best methods of curbing the performance of your application. From the end of the book, you’ll have the ability to build your first Lucene patch, where you won’t simply compose your patch, but also examine it and ensure it adheres to neighborhood coding criteria.
What You’ll Learn
Developers wanting to find out the finer details of Apache Lucene by developing a series of jobs with it.