Algolia CSS API Client

The power of Algolia distilled into a single .css file

#5 Product of the DayMarch 31, 2017

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Nicolas Dessaigne
Hunter
@dessaigne · Co-founder & CEO, Algolia
Hey hunters, today we're proud to announce the official release of our brand new CSS API Client - truly the first of its kind. At Algolia, we know that CSS is the most stable and powerful language of our era, and is an essential part of building a beautiful search experience. It works across all browsers and it even works offline. As a company that seeks to be accessible to all developers no matter their stack, Algolia is proud to be the first API company to release a pure CSS API Client. CSS is well known for its incredible selectors, a strength we took advantage of in order to build a full search engine. Finally a search engine with style! We've already had a number of beta testers try it out, but we'd love to hear more feedback from you. We've got a live demo that you can try out and we can't wait to see what you create!
Tim Carry
Maker
@pixelastic · Developer Advocate at Algolia
@dessaigne This was a joke for April 1st :) You can find more information about how it was done on our blog: https://blog.algolia.com/real-de...
Wilhem Pujar@wilhempujar · CEO at Stacktical
Just fired our entire JS engineering team. Congrats (and thanks)
thibauld@thibauld · CEO, Reprezent.us
So inspiring ! I just started working on a NodeCSS server :)
Rodrigo Hillion@rohillion · Web Developer
@thibauld hahaha good one
Yann@troblous · Kin.today co-founder
CSS is the new JS 😎
Tim Carry
Maker
@pixelastic · Developer Advocate at Algolia
CSS is a very powerful language, known for its incredible selectors. We used that strength at our advantage to select the most relevant content that you would expect from a search engine. You can see the official announcement on our blog: https://blog.algolia.com/js-is-d...
Tim Carry
Maker
@pixelastic · Developer Advocate at Algolia
And the tech explanation of how it works here: https://blog.algolia.com/real-de...