From the back end
Node.js / React Native / Browserify / Webpack
npm install algoliasearch --save
For TypeScript typings, we provide the definition file via Typings:
npm install --save @types/algoliasearch
bower install algoliasearch -S
From the front end
You can either use a package manager like
npm or include a
script tag using CDNs
To include the latest releases and all upcoming features and patches, use this:
We recommend using
algoliasearch is also available at:
We recommend using jsDelivr only for prototyping, not for production applications. Whenever possible, you should host your assets yourself or use a premium CDN service. jsDelivr is a free service and isn’t operated by Algolia, so we won’t be able to provide support if it fails.
We have a lightweight build available that can only perform searches. Use it when file size is important to you or if you want to include only what you need.
Find it on jsDelivr:
The backend (Node.js) API can be used to index your data using your Algolia admin API keys.
When not using any module loader, it will export an
algoliasearch function in the
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