Using the Mindbreeze client.js File to Create Custom Search Interfaces

This post describes how to create custom Mindbreeze search interfaces using the built-in Mindbreeze client.js file. This post is a follow up to our post on Four Options for Creating Mindbreeze Search Interfaces where we mention Option 3 is creating custom Mindbreeze web applications.

For this example, I will be using my local web server with XAMPP for Windows which uses Apache in the background. Setting up XAMPP is beyond the scope of this (more...)

Four Options for Creating Mindbreeze Search Interfaces

A well-designed search interface is a critical component of an engaging search experience. Mindbreeze provides a nice combination of both pre-built search apps and tools for customization. This post explores the following approaches to building a Mindbreeze search interface:

  • The Mindbreeze Default Search Client
  • The Mindbreeze Search App Designer
  • Custom Mindbreeze Web Applications
  • The Mindbreeze REST API

Option 1: The Mindbreeze Default Search Client

Flexibility: Low | Development Effort: None

Mindbreeze includes a built-in search (more...)