Discussing ES Percolation Feature's Applicability to Typesense
TLDR Nick discussed potential benefits of having ES percolation-like functionality in Typesense. Jason acknowledged the importance but confirmed such a feature doesn't exist in Typesense and suggested Nick to open a GitHub issue.
Jan 19, 2023 (11 months ago)
ES has such a breadth of features that it’s going to be hard to list every single one of them in a comparison matrix, especially because ES doesn’t cover just site/app search but a whole variety of adjacent use cases (like the percolation feature).
Algolia and Typesense on the other hand, we focus just on site/app search. So the features listed in that matrix are from the point of view of the common features you’d need to implement site/app search.
Could you open a GitHub issue describing how this feature would work ideally, along with the use-case you described?
We can then gauge demand and see how to prioritize
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