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AEM Integration with Algolia Java API by AEMSimplified Blog

Abstract

As we have already seen so many integration with search servers like Solr and Elastic. Now we have something new as part of enhancing search capability in AEM.
Algolia is really easy to manage and it’s really simple to set it up. It provides different API for the connection to the Algolia server.

Below are the list of some API that Algolia supports:
https://www.algolia.com/doc/api-client/getting-started/install/java/?language=java

Lets start with creating our own Algolia account. It provides a 17 days trial period. So yeah this the enough time to explore all it’s features and integrations.

Creating Account:
1. Create you trial account on alogolia.com.
2. After logging in you can create you own index here and start indexing the data using that index name. I have take dev_initial as my index name.

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