This Searchify Ruby gem allows to interact with IndexTank, one of the main operations that aim to improve search efficiency using Searchify API. IndexTank offers real time search, a RESTful API, and a multitenant framework useful to manage unlimited indexes over IaaS. Documentation for indextank includes classes, methods, and files. Developed by Diego Buthay.
Your web application is all shiny and new - it uses the perfect combination of the new cutting edge API everyone’s talking about, and a few old standbys. The only problem? You keep refreshing the page to see if something happened. You know, if someone signed up, or posted, or commented - or whatever it is your application does.
Those real-time APIs are for much more than just the sample chat applications.
Real-time and the real-time web continue to be a hot topic of conversation but is the term "real-time" getting used correctly? When we talk about real-time technology are we truly describing what the technology is delivering or is it being used and abused as just another marketing buzz word? Can we class any of the current technology solutions as truly real-time and can other solutions be defined in any other way? Is it too late to save "real-time" or will it forever be lost to marketing?