elastic.co elastic.co

New Search Types

The scroll parameter indicates two things, the fact that we wish to scroll further into the result set, and the timeout value for maintaing the scroll “open” (the timeout value applies per request, not globally across the scroll process). The size parameter controls how many hits we want to get back. Note, the actual number of hits will be the the size provided times the number of shards, which is done in order to further optimize...

elastic.co elastic.co

New Search Types

elasticsearch has had the ability to control the search type since its inception. It includes the ability to control how to execute the “query” and “fetch” phases of a distributed search execution, as well as the ability to compute distributed frequencies across shards (the “dfs” phase). Two things that many users have been asking for is the ability to easily iterate over a very large result set as fast as possible, and the...

dailydotnettips.com dailydotnettips.com

Working with TypeDescriptor in C#

TypeDescriptor is a static sealed class which makes the starting point of the API. It exposes information of the object in terms of Properties, Attributes, Events etc in such a way that it could easily be managed and/or consumed. Even though the basic usage of TypeDescriptor is to get metadata of an object, yet it also exposes features to extend the object on the fly. Let us now discuss few capabilities of Descriptors with a little...

jaxenter.com jaxenter.com

The New Standard for RESTful Web Services

JAXenter speaks to Markus Karg, on the current status of JAX-RS 2.0. In January, JSR 339 passed the JSR review ballot with eleven yes votes, and work is currently underway for developing the next version of the JAX-RS API for RESTful Web Services. In this interview, we speak to Markus Karg on the current status of JAX-RS 2.0, what the expert group have planned for the API, and whether we can expect JAX-RS 2.0...

blog.cloudflare.com blog.cloudflare.com

CloudFlare Opens Its Office in San Francisco, and Brings on New Talent

In February, CloudFlare packed up our first office in Palo Alto and headed up the 101 to San Francisco. Moving our headquarters to SF not only expanded our workspace, but also put us next to many thriving startups. The new office is located in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district, complete with an one block walk to Caltrain, the Giants stadium and Blue Bottle Coffee at Cento on Ritch Street. Some of our favorite things about our...

blog.cloudflare.com blog.cloudflare.com

CloudFlare Opens Its Office in San Francisco, and Brings on New Talent

In February, CloudFlare packed up our first office in Palo Alto and headed up the 101 to San Francisco. Moving our headquarters to SF not only expanded our workspace, but also put us next to many thriving startups. The new office is located in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district, complete with an one block walk to Caltrain, the Giants stadium and Blue Bottle Coffee at Cento on Ritch Street. Some of our favorite things about our...