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over 2 years ago

Is it easy to implement Inbenta? How long does it take?

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Response by Inbenta

about 2 years ago

Inbenta provides extensive possibilities to its customers in order to plug the self-service application and semantic search engine to a website or any other type of client application.

The most popular integrations we provide include state-of-art techniques available in HTML4 as well as technologies suitable for most of the versions and most popular web browsers.

Our team will guide you find the best suitable option at no extra cost, and all integration.

Using JavaScript: This is the easiest, quickest and more versatile integration mechanism. You would include one line of JavaScript that would access Inbenta’s functionality through a script that establishes a JSONP communication directly between the user’s web browser and Inbenta servers. The script handles any search events required to power the user interface and it integrates the answer into the existing page structure

Using high level APIs: For those customers who decide to handle themselves the presentation layer of Inbenta’s semantic engine, Inbenta provides a high level API using either: JSON, XML or SOAP, delivering a very flexible integration mode

Using Pop-ups :With this kind of integration, the external application has some independence from the client environment, opening Inbenta Semantic Search in an external window so that the user can continue searching or browsing the site depending on the window that is displayed at that time.

Using Frames or iFrames: The external application is seamlessly integrated into the client environment. Usually, the search box and other navigation elements are part of the client's portal and only the results section belongs to the external application. The final impression is that the entire search process occurs within the site.

Using Lightbox: Lightbox is a modal-dialog JavaScript application. It requires JavaScript and it isn't blocked by browsers unless JavaScript has been disabled. It uses div to integrate Inbenta Semantic Search and includes an iFrame within the search area