The tools we build and use to make Instant Domain Search fast.

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    Instant Word Segmentation With Rust

    The motivation, techniques, and technical details behind Instant-Segment, a blazing fast word segmenter and the latest addition to Instant Domain Search's suite of open-source tools.

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    How To Use fastText For Instant Translations

    How to use aligned word vectors from fastText from to translate words from one language to another instantly.

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    Am I Saying That Right? Pronunciation Is Key

    Listening carefully to what users are saying, and listening especially hard for the hacks people come up with can present learning opportunities for us.

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    Use Streaming JSON To Speed Up Your Website

    Modern websites are complex, and often need to load data in the background in an asynchronous way. JSON streaming is a simple way to make this happen. Click below to learn how to add JSON to your site and check that it’s working properly.

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    Build Your Own CDN On Aws With Route 53

    A CDN works by caching copies of your resources in data centers around the world, called edge servers. But to get new content, a request has to travel back to the origin server, adding latency to the process. In this post, we explain how Amazon’s Route 53 solves this problem.

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    How We Make It Fast

    Curious how Instant Domain Search is able to deliver results so quickly? The site is built using services from Google Cloud and a highly-optimized index from domain name server (DNS) queries. Click below to learn how it works.

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