Simple String Search: You can specify simple string as search criteria.
Search Mode: You can specify search mode whether it is a any i.e. any search terms will be matched or all i.e. all search terms will be matched.
Minimum Coverage: You can choose a number between 1 and 100 and use that to specify a value for minumum coverage.
Query Type: You can specify query type whether it is a simple or full.
ODATA Filter: If your index contains filterable fields, you can specify an ODATA filter query as well.
Fields To Search: From the list of searchable fields, you can select one or more fields on which search will be performed. By default all searchable fields are searched.
Fields To Return: From the list of retrievable fields, you can select one or more fields that will be returned as part of the search results. By default all retrievable fields are returned.
Hit Highlight Fields: For your search query, you can choose from one or more fields that will be "hit-highlighted". You can also specify pre and post tags (e.g. "<b>" and "</b>" respectively) for hit highlight fields.
Facets & Scoring Profile
Facets: Using Cerulean, you can design faceted queries.
Fields: You can select one or more facetable fields to include in your query.
Facet Parameters: Cerulean is the only tool that lets you specify facet parameters like "count", "sort", "values", "interval" and "timeoffset" parameters.
Scoring Profiles: If you have defined any scoring profiles, you can easily select one of the scoring profile and include that in your search query.
Scoring Parameters: For a selected scoring profile, you can specify scoring parameters as well to influence your search results.
Fields: From the list of sortable fields, you can select one or more fields to perform server-side sorting.
Sort Order: For the selected sorted fields, you can specify sort order: ascending (default) or descending.
Request Parameters: Once you have specified the search criteria, Cerulean will create request URL with those parameters for an HTTP GET request that you can copy and paste
in your application. Cerulean will also create a request URL and request body with those parameters for an HTTP POST request that you can copy and paste
in your application.