Api reference cheat sheet

is there an API reference cheat sheet anywhere?

at least something with all the end points like /_search, /_mapping etc.?

if a list of all the endpoints can be seen in the source code then that
would be a good start as well (if a cheat sheet is not available).

thanks,

Igal

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Hey,

do something like this on the command line (after checking out the github
repo). This should show all HTTP controller registrations.

ag controller.registerHandler src/main/java
or use grep -r instead of ag....

--Alex

On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 1:06 AM, Igal igal@getrailo.org wrote:

is there an API reference cheat sheet anywhere?

at least something with all the end points like /_search, /_mapping etc.?

if a list of all the endpoints can be seen in the source code then that
would be a good start as well (if a cheat sheet is not available).

thanks,

Igal

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I started a SPORE Project some months ago and listed all APIs for 0.20: https://github.com/dadoonet/spore-elasticsearch

I used that script given by Igor:

ES_DIR=. grep "controller.registerHandler(([^,]),[^,]" $ES_DIR -o -h -E -R --include "*.java" | \ sed s/controller.registerHandler(// | sed s/RestRequest.Method.// | \ sort -t, -k1 -k2 > methods.txt

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Le 16 juin 2013 à 19:20, Alexander Reelsen alr@spinscale.de a écrit :

Hey,

do something like this on the command line (after checking out the github repo). This should show all HTTP controller registrations.

ag controller.registerHandler src/main/java
or use grep -r instead of ag....

--Alex

On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 1:06 AM, Igal igal@getrailo.org wrote:

is there an API reference cheat sheet anywhere?

at least something with all the end points like /_search, /_mapping etc.?

if a list of all the endpoints can be seen in the source code then that would be a good start as well (if a cheat sheet is not available).

thanks,

Igal

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