In text retrieval, full-text search refers to techniques for searching a single computer-stored document or a collection in a full text database.
Appacitive enables you to fire free-text queries on articles or connections of a particular schema or relation.
For example, if you have a schema called movie with properties like name (string), synopsis (text), release_date (date), actors (multi-valued string) etc., you could fire free-text queries to get all articles of the schema movie that contained any of the words from Vin Diesel, action, 2013, cars.
This query would look something like this,
GET https://apis.appacitive.com/article/movie/find/all?freetext=vin diesel action 2013 cars
This would return a paginated list of articles of the schema movie which have one or more of the terms vin diesel action 2013 cars in any of their user-defined properties.
Note : You can fire the same query on connections or users as well and you can use this query along with other filter queries to get the desired output you want according to your applications need.
PS : Make sure your urls are url-encoded because spaces are not allowed in urls.