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Indexing a Markdown Blog With MongoDB Full Text Search

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis uses the recently announced MongoDB full text search to index his Makrdown based blog:

The blog had been using a really terrible method for search, involving regular expressions, a full collection scan for every search, and no ranking of results by relevance. I wanted to replace all that cruft with MongoDB’s full-text search ASAP. Here’s what I did.

This looks nice, but I’d like to see how well it works. And there’s one thing that I don’t understand: why parsing the HTML when the source text is already in Markdown?

Original title and link: Indexing a Markdown Blog With MongoDB Full Text Search (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://emptysquare.net/blog/mongodb-full-text-search/