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Tanning Bed
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 18 Jun 09

Rob Kaufman demonstrates Tanning Bed, his new Solr search mixin for any Ruby class. Tanning Bed makes fewer assumptions about how you want to deal with...

Advanced Search Form
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 05 Jun 08

If you need to create an advanced search with a lot of fields, it may not be ideal to use a GET request as I showed in episode 37. In this episode I will show you how to handle this by creating a Search resource

A Search Engine Architecture Based on Collection Selection
Category: Others > Misc      Posted: 04 Jan 08

We present a distributed architecture for a Web search engine, based on the concept of collection selection. We introduce a novel approach to partition...

How to add a web site to Google search engine
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 24 Jun 07

The question about how to add a website to Google comes up from time to time. In this screencast I show you how to add a site to Google’s search index

Internet Marketing - Search Engine Optimization - Google
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 03 Jun 07

Google Boys. Andrew Hazen, President of Prime Visibility speaks with Google Boys regarding Search Engine Optimization and Marketing. PPC SEM SEO Search...

Simple Search Form
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 29 May 07

A search form is quite different than other forms, this is because it does not deal with model's attributes. See a good way to add a simple search form in this episode

Creating a search engine in eight minutes
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 27 Apr 07

In eight minutes, we go from scratch to a complete Google-killing enterprise-class search engine. But since the actual application only took 76,417 lin...