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Aggregations API for Grouping Data

Publishers and eCommerce store owners often need to display the count of items (products, posts, etc.) within a category. Using WordPress core functionality, one would have to execute a number of slow MySQL queries to calculate those totals. Using Elasticsearch, we can find this information performantly using the Aggregations API.

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ElasticPress.io: First Steps

So you’ve decided to improve your website by using ElasticPress.io, and you’re wondering how to get started. Wonder no more – here are the first steps to start taking advantage of your ElasticPress.io account.

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Set up ElasticPress in Your Local WordPress Environment

Whether you’re interested in experimenting with Elasticsearch and WordPress, or you need to develop and test a site that will use ElasticPress in production, this guide will walk you through setting up 10up’s WP Local…

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ElasticPress 2.3: Documents

ElasticPress version 2.3 has been released, bringing with it a new Documents feature. This feature indexes text within popular file types (e.g. pdf, doc, ppt) and adds those files to search results, rectifying a gap in…

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Debugging ElasticPress

ElasticPress is a sophisticated plugin that tightly integrates with WordPress core, themes, and plugins. As a result, debugging ElasticPress can be tricky business for even experienced developers. Having been exposed to many debugging questions in…