What is Searchkick?
Searchkick learns what your users are looking for. As more people search, it gets smarter and the results get better. It’s friendly for developers - and magical for your users.
Searchkick is a tool in the Search Engines category of a tech stack.
Searchkick is an open source tool with 5.1K GitHub stars and 604 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Searchkick's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Searchkick?
3 companies reportedly use Searchkick in their tech stacks, including BikeRoar Web, Sellbrite, and storefront.
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Searchkick.
Why developers like Searchkick?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Searchkick
- stemming - tomatoes matches tomato
- special characters - jalapeno matches jalapeño
- extra whitespace - dishwasher matches dish washer
- misspellings - zuchini matches zucchini
- custom synonyms - qtip matches cotton swab
- query like SQL - no need to learn a new query language
- reindex without downtime
- easily personalize results for each user
- “Did you mean” suggestions
- works with ActiveRecord and Mongoid
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