Blog Entries

09. 10. 2023 Davide Sbetti Log-SIEM, Machine Learning, NetEye

Semantic Search in Elasticsearch – Testing Our NetEye Guide: Can We Improve the Search Experience? (Part 2) 

In my previous blog post, we saw how it’s possible to index some documents that we created by crawling our NetEye User Guide, then applying the ELSER model in Elasticsearch to create a bag of words for searching that takes into account the context of the various documents. Moreover, we also performed a simple query…

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02. 04. 2021 Mattia Codato Development, NetEye

Advanced Sphinx Theme Customization

In a companion post we talked about how to create a custom theme for Sphinx, like the one we made for the new NetEye online user guide.Sometimes just a basic customization is not enough and you want to create something much more advanced. In this article, we’ll look at some more detailed custom parts. Custom…

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02. 04. 2021 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

How to Create a Custom Sphinx Theme

During this release we worked a lot to improve the NetEye User Guide. The new user guide is now independent of the NetEye product itself, it can be found online and its structure is greatly changed. By this I mean that we improved not only its content, but we also decided to use a more…

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03. 12. 2020 Charles Callaway Documentation

Creating Documentation in Sphinx

Most small open source documentation projects use Markdown to create their project documentation. After all, it has a minimalistic and thus easy-to-learn syntax, does all the basics well, renders very quickly (even quickly enough to create a real-time WYSIWYG viewer), and is almost universally supported across popular web platforms like GitHub. At some point, though,…

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