Knowledge graphs are the essence of intelligent search. With our new custom field mapping feature, you can take advantage of this rich semantic technology by turning your website into a knowledge graph full of millions of entities. As a result, the quality of your search results are amplified because we can encapsulate more of the meaning behind your content.
Custom field mapping lets you tell our semantic crawlers how to extract any piece of information from any website that you choose. To use the feature, you first have to analyze your website and develop a piece of code, or fieldmap. You then upload the fieldmap to our Crawl Manager, which will tell our crawlers how to extract the data from your website.
Today marks the third installment of our link roundup series! Browse through the articles below and let us know if we’re missing any that caught your eye. Happy reading!
Our highlighting feature now supports user-defined custom field highlighting! With this upgrade, you can help your users better understand why we’re showing certain results by highlighting text from any search query. Highlighting allows your users to see why specific documents are appearing, while also directing them to the most relevant results at hand.
Web Components are a new set of standards that are revolutionizing the way we build applications. Untangle the mystery behind this exciting technology with our very own Swaraj Banerjee.
Keep up with Swaraj in his previous video series on how to get started with Charles Web Debugging Proxy.
We recently rolled out a new blog series that brings attention to our favorite reads from the previous week. The articles are a fun way to explore themes that are related to our work, and are also meant to stir up discussions among our fan base. We hope you enjoy them!
The MindMeld API was created to revolutionize the way people experience their devices. So it makes us extremely proud to be named a winner of this year’s Garage@Connect competition, which celebrates the products and solutions that are shaping our connected future. As part of the honor, we’ll be showing off our solution for a new generation of intelligent voice interfaces at Gigaom’s 7th annual Structure Connect conference.
According to Gigaom, the Internet of Things is a new “era of disruption not seen since the beginning of the web.” The objective of the event is to make sense of these exciting changes, namely in regards to privacy, business models, security, and the connected home. Executives from Whirlpool, Jawbone, Sonos, SmartThings, Google, and many other organizations, will give their input on how to spearhead innovation through IoT technologies.
We’re constantly coming across thought-provoking articles, videos, and blog posts about themes that we think our readers would enjoy. Here are our top picks from the past few weeks:
Transform your Android apps through voice! Our Android SDK now gives you the ability to voice-enable your apps, leaving your users with a more natural way to discover and interact with your content.
MindMeld automatically integrates with Google’s speech-to-text API, so all the hard work is already taken care of. Browse through our MM.Listener documentation to get started, where you’ll get a play-by-play on how to add speech recognition to your apps with MindMeld.
Click here for a video overview of our Android SDK.
Is a couple legally married if they say “eye dew” instead of “I do?” Get a healthy dose of speech recognition knowledge with our Research Director’s talk from SpeechTEK 2014.
Keep up with our own Marsal Gavaldà in his previous video on the evolution of personal assistants.
Many developers have said that the API Explorer is one of their favorite tools since it allows them to visualize all of the features supported by MindMeld. We’ve taken that feedback to heart and recently released a sharpened version of the tool. The API Explorer is now faster, more intuitive, and has even more support for API calls.
To begin exploring, first log in to your developer account. Once you’re logged in, click on your username and you’ll be directed to your management console.
Once there, click on the app you’d like to explore, and then scroll down to “Launch API Explorer.” This will open it up in a new tab. You’re now all set to start playing with the tool!