ElasticSearch with .NET Core

Introduction

Working with NoSQL persistence simplifies a lot of things when building applications. You can build persistence functionalities from scratch or you can use an already available solution like elastic-search or combine the both.

In this post, I will show how to store JSON documents to ElasticSearch and then later leverage its REST API and DSL to perform various searches/queries easily using .NET Core.

I have previously written few posts about elasticsearch and/or document databases. You can find the links in…

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