What you would learn in Build an Autocomplete System Like Google with Java & Spring course?
How to Build an Autocomplete System Like Google
Some knowledge of Spring is helpful, but not mandatory
Autocomplete, also known as word completion, is a feature in which an application predicts the rest of a word a user is typing. Rapid Suggest is an autocomplete microservice implemented in Java / Spring Boot. If you are interested in learning how to build such feature we recommend that you take this course.
In this course, we cover all aspects of autocomplete, explaining all of the involved intricacies in building such interesting project. We craft an autocomplete engine in Java and provide a REST API for both feeding and serving autocomplete suggestions. We rely on Spring Boot automated configuration and dependency starters for efficiently building a web application implementing autocomplete from the ground up.
Finally, we discuss production-readiness aspects, including monitoring, metrics gathering and using NGINX as a reverse-proxy.
Do you have your own personal website? Or perhaps a professional project needing the autocomplete feature? Do you want to easily integrate autocomplete for your input text boxes? Or perhaps are you just curious about how such cool project is built? Then this course is for you!
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Who this course is for:
Web developers curious about how to build an Autocomplete system
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