ArangoDB 3.4 GA
Full-text Search, GeoJSON, Streaming & More

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The ability to see your data from various perspectives is the idea of a multi-model database. Having the freedom to combine these perspectives into a single query is the idea behind native multi-model in ArangoDB. Extending this freedom is the main thought behind the release of ArangoDB 3.4.

We’re always excited to put a new version of ArangoDB out there, but this time it’s something special. This new release includes two huge features: a C++ based full-text search and ranking engine called ArangoSearch; and largely extended capabilities for geospatial queries by integrating Google™ S2 Geometry Library and GeoJSON.  Read more

RC1 ArangoDB 3.4 – What’s new?

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For ArangoDB 3.4 we already added 100,000 lines of code, happily deleted 50,000 lines and changed over 13,000 files until today. We merged countless PRs, invested months of problem solving, hacking, testing, hacking and testing again and are super excited to share the feature complete RC1 of ArangoDB 3.4 with you today. Read more

ArangoSearch architecture overview

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In this article, we’re going to dive deeper into our recently released feature preview in Milestone ArangoDB 3.4 – ArangoSearch which provides a rich set of information retrieval capabilities. In particular, we’ll give you an idea of how our search engine works under the hood.

Essentially ArangoSearch consists of 2 components: A search engine and an integration layer. The former is responsible for managing the index, querying and scoring, whereas latter exposes search capabilities to the end user in a convenient way.

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Milestone ArangoDB 3.4:
ArangoSearch – Information retrieval with ArangoDB

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For the upcoming ArangoDB 3.4 release we’ve implemented a set of information retrieval features exposed via new database object View. The View object is meant to be treated as another data source accessible via AQL and the concept itself is pretty similar to a classical “materialized” view in SQL.

While we are still working on completing the feature, you can already try our retrieval engine in the Milestone of the upcoming ArangoDB 3.4 released today. Read more

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