Here at URX we are building the world's first mobile app search API. Backing this API is a search engine containing a large corpus of web documents, meticulously maintained and carefully grown by crawling internet content. We've come to discover that building a functional crawler can be done relatively cheaply, but building a robust crawler requires overcoming a few technical challenges. In this series of blog posts, we will walk through a few of these technical challenges including content deduplication, link prioritization, feature extraction and re-crawl estimation.
The horsemen in the murals of Angkor Wat had them; so did the royal guard in Hue and the legendary Kachin Rangers who fought the Japanese in the hills of Myanmar during World War II. They all had Dha, a Burmese word for knife that refers to a wide variety of traditional knives and swords used for centuries across Indochina, from Yunnan to Vietnam.
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