Faceted Search with MongoDB

Posted by: The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, on 30 Aug 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

By Jon Rangel, MongoDB Consulting EngineerIntroductionFaceted search, or faceted navigation, is a way of browsing and searching for items in a set of data by applying filters on various properties (facets) of the items in the collection. It is increasingly seen as an important part of the UI for many search platforms, and indeed nowadays is pretty much expected in places such as e-commerce websites.Faceted search makes it easy for users to navigate to the specific item or items they are interested...

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