Absolutely. All you need is provide Stream-based instance for building and searching indexes. Autocomplete can be run on any Stream like a MemoryStream, FileStream, Azure blobs and others.
First, install NuGet. Then, install AutoComplete from the package manager console:
Definitely. We published this library about 3 years ago and we are using this while 4 years for tureng. Tureng is the best dictionary site of Turkey. We handle billions of request about 0.05 ms(on disk). And also this library providing a memory storage and this makes average search speed 10 times faster. We provide autocomplete feature over millions of records and handle billions of request.
We are using cloud services and we like these. Many cloud providers want more money for extra memory capacity instead of extra disk capacity. Some other libraries powerful for autocomplete. For example, Lucene is a powerful library for full-text searching and also she provides autocomplete. We love it. But autocomplete and full-text search things are completely different. Average autocomplete time for Lucene is 0.7 ms(100 times slower than us)
We tested our code on persisted storage like HDD, SSD, Azure blobs and some other storage providers. We designed and optimized our index for linear reading. Search speed really depends on your disk speed. Many cloud infrastructure provides larger read buffer(like a 30mb). These sound good for linear reading. The search speed in this scenario is depended on some other resources like a network speed.
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var builder = new IndexBuilder(headerStream, indexStream); builder.Add("keyword"); //builder.AddRange([IEnumerable<string>]); //builder.WithDataSource(source); builder.Build();
IIndexSearcher searcher = new InMemoryIndexSearcher(headerPath, indexPath); SearchResult searchResult = searcher.Search(term, 5, false); //print(searchResult)