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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Using Solarium with SOLR for Search - Solarium and GUI
May 06, 2014 @ 13:49:34

The SitePoint PHP blog continues their series looking at the use of the Solarium tool to work with the SOLR searching tool in PHP. In this latest part (part two) of the series they move beyond the setup and configuration and get into some actual code to use the server.

This is the second article in a four part series on using Solarium, in conjunction with Apache's SOLR search implementation. In the first part, I introduced the key concepts and we installed and set up SOLR. In this second part we'll install Solarium, start building an example application, populate the search index and get into a position where we can start running searches.

The frontend, based on the Laravel framework, is simple to get up and running with just a few lines of code. They walk you through the basic CRUD kinds of steps, "pinging" the server to ensure it's up and searching the documents you've added.

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