If you’ve ever used an application that didn’t include search functionality, you’ll know how important search is to help you find what you’re looking for. Whether you’re building an e-commerce site, an internal website for your company, or any other type of application, it’s important to help users quickly find what they’re looking for and search does just that.
This sample uses a demo search service and index hosted by Microsoft. To use this sample, you just need an IDE and access to an Azure subscription.
By the end of this post, you’ll know how to deploy a sample application that looks like this:
You can find the full code for this blog post at: aka.ms/search-react-template.
You can find the demo website at: aka.ms/azs-good-books.
At a high level, there are three pieces of search functionality we need to add to an application to provide an intuitive search experience.
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