Thanks for your reply.
I’m sorry to say but it’s not simply editing the hit-item.phtml file. For example, I have to check if a parameter is set or not, it’s not clear anywhere how to do that using the Moustache templates. I had to add a backend observer to send the data to Algolia and with that, I was able to parse with the Moustache “conditionals”.
Now I’m trying to modify the sidebar filter since they keep parsing values even when there’s none set for the products, it says “No” on the filter, which means that the value is not set, so I’d expect to have it hidden.
But it’s not clear anywhere, sorry to say but the Algolia team seems to be abandoning the Magento 1.9.x Algolia extension, I posted a question here and on the Github repository long ago and I’m waiting for an answer from JanPetr since April.
So I don’t know, I’ll keep digging, if you know a better way to parse data coming from Algolia on the hit-item.phtml please send me an example. The same for the sidebar filters issue.