Search bar offers the following options:
Term presence. The below example searches for documents that
must contain “foo”, might contain “bar” and must not contain “baz”:
+foo bar -baz
Wildcards. The below example searches for documents with words beginning with “foo”:
Search in specific fields. The following search matches all objects
in "twisted.mail" that matches “search”:
Possible fields: 'name', 'qname' (fully qualified name), 'docstring', and 'kind'. Last two fields are only applicable if "search in docstrings" is enabled.
Fuzzy matches. The following search matches all documents
that have a word within 1 edit distance of “foo”:
Results provided by Lunr.js
Simplistic HTTP proxy support.
This comes in two main variants - the Proxy and the ReverseProxy.
When a Proxy is in use, a browser trying to connect to a server (say, www.yahoo.com) will be intercepted by the Proxy, and the proxy will covertly connect to the server, and return the result.
When a ReverseProxy is in use, the client connects directly to the ReverseProxy (say, www.yahoo.com) which farms off the request to one of a pool of servers, and returns the result.
Normally, a Proxy is used on the client end of an Internet connection, while a ReverseProxy is used on the server end.
||This class implements a simple web proxy.|
||Used by ProxyClientFactory to implement a simple web proxy.|
||Used by ProxyRequest to implement a simple web proxy.|
||Used by Proxy to implement a simple web proxy.|
||Implements a simple reverse proxy.|
||Used by ReverseProxy to implement a simple reverse proxy.|
||Resource that renders the results gotten from another server|