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The main component of InstantSearch.js. This object manages the widget and lets you add new ones.
A widget to let the user perform a text-based query.
The widget lets you provide raw search parameters to the Algolia API without rendering anything.
A widget that wraps other widgets in a consistent panel design. It also reacts, indicates and sets CSS classes when widgets are no more relevant for refining.
A connector that provides the logic to create a connected component that renders results from Algolia.
A widget to display a list of results.
A widget to display a list of results with a “Show more” button.
A function that returns any attribute from a hit into its highlighted form, when relevant.
A function that returns any attribute from a hit into its snippeted form, when relevant.
A widget that displays the list of results from the search on a Google Maps map.
One of the most common widget you can find in a search UI. With this widget, the user can filter the dataset based on facets.
A widget to create a navigation based on a hierarchy of facet attributes. It is commonly used for categories with subcategories.
A widget that provides a user-friendly way to filter the results, based on a single numeric range.
A widget that displays a menu that lets the user choose a single value for a specific attribute.
A widget that displays a list of refinements applied to the search.
A widget that allows a user to select a numeric range using a minimum and maximum input.
A widget that allows a user to select a single value to refine in a dropdown menu.
A widget that provides an on/off filtering feature based on an attribute value.
A widget that displays a list of numeric filters in a list. Those numeric filters are pre-configured with creating the widget.
A widget that lets the user refine search results by clicking on stars.
A widget that displays a button that lets the user clean every refinement applied to the search.
A widget that displays a pagination system allowing the user to change the current page.
A widget that displays a dropdown menu to let the user change the number of displayed hits.
The breadcrumb widget is a secondary navigation scheme that lets the user see where the current page is in relation to the facet’s hierarchy.
A widget that displays the total number of matching hits and the time it took to get them.
A widget to display the Algolia logo to redirect to our website.
A widget that pushes the current state of the search to the analytics platform of your choice.
A widget that displays a list of indices, allowing a user to change the way hits are sorted (with replica indices).