Category : algolia

I have stucked with an issue using refinement list widget of algolia. First of all my resulting data structure is like that: [ { objectID: 999, title: ‘some title’, categories: [ { id: 444, name: ‘some name’, }, {…}, ] } ] I have that type of structure on my page: <ais-instant-search :search-client="searchClient" :initial-ui-state="{ index_Name: ..

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Is there a way to query Algolia with vanilla javascript, and get the results without a UI associated with it? For example, using Instantsearch, it requires widgets with containers, but I just want a function that gets the results, and from there, manipulated it as I need. Can this be done with Instantsearch? Autocomplete? or ..

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I have multiple event objects on Algolia and I would like to get all the events whose geolocation is within a radius of 50,000 meters of my current position. An example of event object: { "id": 1, "name":"My event", "isEnabled":true, "address":{ "id":1, "street":"55 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré", "city":"Paris", "postalCode":"75008", "region":"île de France", "department":"Paris", "addressAutocomplete":"55 Rue ..

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I’m learning to use angolia, but I have a question about it. Is it possible to push data to an index with API REST? I have only seen to use API CLIENT, installed for Javascript with npm, but I don’t want to install it. what I want it’s something like that: curl -X POST ‘https://places-dsn.algolia.net/1/places/query’ ..

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I am trying to use agolia and I am getting this error: Container must be string or HTMLElement. Unable to find #search JS code: const searchClient = algoliasearch( ‘latencypro’, ‘2d4057hzushusauiaubawzedohwdhwo’ ); const search = instantsearch({ indexName: ‘demo_ecommerce’, searchClient, }); search.addWidgets([ instantsearch.widgets.searchBox({ container: ‘#search’, }), instantsearch.widgets.hits({ container: ‘#hits’, }) ]); search.start(); HTML: <input class="input" type="email" placeholder="Search ..

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