Explore the Hibernate Search system and use its extraordinary search features in your own applications
Users expect software to be highly intelligent when searching data. Searches should span across multiple data points at once, and be able to spot patterns and groupings in the results found. Searches should be able to fix user typos, and use terms related to the user's search words. Searching is at its best when it pleasantly surprises us, seeming to understand the real gist of what we're looking for better than we understood it ourselves! Where can we find such a search system and how can we use it efficiently? Hibernate Search by Example is a practical, step-by-step tutorial, which guides you from the basics of Hibernate Search to its advanced features.