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Software Description:

Algolia is a 'Search as a Service' offer. We enable developers to make their apps or websites smarter with an outstanding search experience.

Search among infinite attributes from a single searchbox, at light speed. Algolia offers out-of-the-box support for every language, is typo-tolerant, provides instant results in milliseconds, and allows easy ranking configuration for your data set. You can integrate in minutes and take immediate advantage of our 99.99% SLA.

Software Description:

Empowering designers to build great websites
without touching a line of code.

Tons of elements, drag and drop designing, build in real-time without a developer.

The web tool that really will save you 8.5 hours per week.

Design responsive websites with ease. No really. Blocks is a flexible tool for creating websites without coding.

Features:

  • Analytics
  • API
  • Dashboard

Features:

Summary:

  • Integrate in minutes: Robust, clean APIs that let you focus on building great products.

  • Get more than an API: All our plans include the help of our experts to review your configuration.

  • Dashboard puts all statistics in one location: Get usage statistics, monitor performance, navigate your data, etc.

  • Search your database in realtime: Enhance your site's UX.

Summary:

  • Visual design in the browser in real-time

  • Responsive all the way

  • Not just for prototypes

  • Image editor for effortless effects

  • Templates, themes or start from scratch

  • Easy to use for any designer

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Founded:
2012
Based in:
San Francisco
Employees:
201-500
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