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Typesense on an Ubuntu Server with Let’s Encrypt SSL Setup

Set up server First, set up your server at your favorite cloud provider of choise. Evt. Set up SSH keys, instead of root password authentication Install Typesense At the moment of writing, these are the install steps: You can find the most up-to-date steps here: https://typesense.org/docs/guide/install-typesense.html#deb-package-on-ubuntu-debian . Link a domain via DNS to to IP […]

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PHPTypesenseAdmin – Manage your Typesense Server via a simple PHP admin

Introducing PHPTypesenseAdmin: Streamline Your Typesense Management We’re excited to introduce PHPTypesenseAdmin – a sleek, user-friendly administration panel crafted specifically for Typesense, the blazing-fast, open-source search engine designed for instantaneous search experiences. Built with simplicity and efficiency in mind, PHPTypesenseAdmin aims to provide a seamless interface to manage your Typesense instances effortlessly. Why PHPTypesenseAdmin? Typesense has

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Expo / React Native with Typesense InstantSearch Adapter

Install Instantsearch according to the guide of Algolia: Install Typesense according to the guide of Typesense: Set up Typesense in your App.js file or a Expo Router file according to the guide of Typesense for React Native. Some settings need to be changed to get it working. You need to create an SearchBox and InfiniteHits

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