ReactiveSearch for React 4.0 - UI components for building intelligent UIs
ReactiveSearch for React 4.0 is a major update for the React UI kit and provides several enhancements for building AI native user interfaces and search experiences.
Watch the 1-min introduction video below: 👇
The AIAnswer UI component enables building a RAG (retrieval augmented generation) based chat experience with AI answering support. See a demo in action over here. Or read the component's documentation reference over here.
The SearchBox component is enhanced to support AI Answering, image searching, showing FAQs as suggestions, and showing curated suggestions with custom actions. See all of these in action with an extensive search showcase below. Read the component documentation over here.
Embed reactive charts in your search interface. With 5 built-in chart types:
histogram supported and use
ReactiveChart to support any chart UI using Apache E-charts.
With ReactiveSearch v4, configuring SSR is an intuitive experience by removing the requirement of providing the component configuration.
ReactiveSearch v4 uses the ReactiveSearch API introduced in v3 to express the search intent. This requires the use of a ReactiveSearch server with two initial deployment choices: a search cluster and a serverless search mode.
Expanded Search Engine Support
ReactiveSearch UI kit supports Elasticsearch, OpenSearch, OpenAI, Solr and MongoDB Atlas Search as the choices for backend search engines.
|Search Cluster Support
|Serverless Search support
|Yes, fully hosted
|Yes (user connects to their Elasticsearch)
|Yes, fully hosted
|Yes, API support and via pipelines
|Yes, API support via pipelines
|Yes (user connects to their Solr cloud cluster)
|MongoDB Atlas Search [Preview]
|Yes (user connects to their MongoDB Atlas Search cloud)
Elasticsearch and OpenSearch are supported completely. OpenAI is supported with both ReactiveSearch API and with pipelines. Solr and MongoDB Atlas search supports are in preview, we're happy to provide additional support to get you up and running with these engines.
You can check out this post for the ReactiveSearch Vue v3 release.