Builder content link
Builder public api key
What are you trying to accomplish
Using the Algolia plugin to add search to websites.
Followed the instructions here, builder/plugins/algolia at main · BuilderIO/builder · GitHub, the webhook is added but when I go to Algolia, no index with the model name has been created.
Okay, think this is CORS related…
Hi @niftycode just wanted to follow up here, based on the screenshot it looks like there may be an issue with your setup or permissions within Amplitude. Please let us know if you continue to have an issue with Builder we can assist on. Thanks!
Hi, I don’t use amplitude, this is the screenshot of the console inspecting the builder interface.
Ah Ok, I see…that should be mostly likely unrelated then. I clicked the first link you provided and it says the Model is not yet created, did you delete the model you originally were planning to sync with Algolia? If there is another we can try to sync again and see if any specific errors come up, otherwise I would confirm your settings in Algolia match what is shown in screen shot below and on the readme:
I just clicked the first link and it took me to the model I was expecting??
Looks like the Algolia connection is still not fully working?
Couldn’t get the data model content to be created on my Algolia indices, with or without the
I have finally had time to revisit this and still the indice isn’t created when I sync with Algolia.
Just working on something else and have noticed this in my console:
Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at Builder.io: Drag and drop page builder and CMS. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ missing). Status code: 200.
Is this why Algolia isn’t working?
Hi @niftycode thanks for reporting this. The CORS requests seem unrelated. I tried this plugin and did see a
Failed to execute ‘postMessage’ on ‘Window’ error generated from the Algolia plugin. I’ve ticketed the issue with our team and will update you here when there is a fix available.