Curiosity : elasticsearch frontend


(Arthur BABEY) #1

Hi everyone,

I'm currently a Pages Jaunes trainee. During my internship i worked on an
application to facilitate access to data to non-technical staff.
Curiosity was born.

The goal of this tool is to provide a simple way to built complex queries
and aggregations, save those queries, and share them with other users.
Curiosity comes with a template system, that you can use to personalize
your results list and aggregation (there is default template, like
piechart).

Yet the tool is stable and powerful but not very friendly. I worked hard to
provide a good documentation but as you can see my English suxx and that
good in explanation.
But there is something i am not so bad : development. So if you have some
time to try curiosity, i will be very happy if you give me some feedback.

I am open to criticism, and maybe if you liked the tool and want new
features i will be proud to develop them.

If you have any questions about functionality or code, ask me, i will try
to give you the best answer.

You can find Curiosity on Github https://github.com/pagesjaunes/curiosity (it's
fully open source) and the documentation is here
http://pagesjaunes.github.io/curiosity/.

Hope your eyes didn't bleed to much.
Have a good day or night.

Arthur

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(Mark Walkom) #2

Looks really cool Arthur, I'll give it a go and get back to you!

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: markw@campaignmonitor.com
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 13 August 2014 18:42, Arthur BABEY arthur.babey123@gmail.com wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm currently a Pages Jaunes trainee. During my internship i worked on an
application to facilitate access to data to non-technical staff.
Curiosity was born.

The goal of this tool is to provide a simple way to built complex queries
and aggregations, save those queries, and share them with other users.
Curiosity comes with a template system, that you can use to personalize
your results list and aggregation (there is default template, like
piechart).

Yet the tool is stable and powerful but not very friendly. I worked hard
to provide a good documentation but as you can see my English suxx and that
good in explanation.
But there is something i am not so bad : development. So if you have some
time to try curiosity, i will be very happy if you give me some feedback.

I am open to criticism, and maybe if you liked the tool and want new
features i will be proud to develop them.

If you have any questions about functionality or code, ask me, i will try
to give you the best answer.

You can find Curiosity on Github
https://github.com/pagesjaunes/curiosity (it's fully open source) and
the documentation is here http://pagesjaunes.github.io/curiosity/.

Hope your eyes didn't bleed to much.
Have a good day or night.

Arthur

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(David Pilato) #3

And very nice effort around the documentation. Congrats!

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Le 13 août 2014 à 10:42:51, Arthur BABEY (arthur.babey123@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi everyone,

I'm currently a Pages Jaunes trainee. During my internship i worked on an application to facilitate access to data to non-technical staff.
Curiosity was born.

The goal of this tool is to provide a simple way to built complex queries and aggregations, save those queries, and share them with other users.
Curiosity comes with a template system, that you can use to personalize your results list and aggregation (there is default template, like piechart).

Yet the tool is stable and powerful but not very friendly. I worked hard to provide a good documentation but as you can see my English suxx and that good in explanation.
But there is something i am not so bad : development. So if you have some time to try curiosity, i will be very happy if you give me some feedback.

I am open to criticism, and maybe if you liked the tool and want new features i will be proud to develop them.

If you have any questions about functionality or code, ask me, i will try to give you the best answer.

You can find Curiosity on Github (it's fully open source) and the documentation is here.

Hope your eyes didn't bleed to much.
Have a good day or night.

Arthur

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(Jörg Prante) #4

Very helpful! So awesome you released it to the public with open source
license. Thank you so much

Jörg

On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 10:42 AM, Arthur BABEY arthur.babey123@gmail.com
wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm currently a Pages Jaunes trainee. During my internship i worked on an
application to facilitate access to data to non-technical staff.
Curiosity was born.

The goal of this tool is to provide a simple way to built complex queries
and aggregations, save those queries, and share them with other users.
Curiosity comes with a template system, that you can use to personalize
your results list and aggregation (there is default template, like
piechart).

Yet the tool is stable and powerful but not very friendly. I worked hard
to provide a good documentation but as you can see my English suxx and that
good in explanation.
But there is something i am not so bad : development. So if you have some
time to try curiosity, i will be very happy if you give me some feedback.

I am open to criticism, and maybe if you liked the tool and want new
features i will be proud to develop them.

If you have any questions about functionality or code, ask me, i will try
to give you the best answer.

You can find Curiosity on Github
https://github.com/pagesjaunes/curiosity (it's fully open source) and
the documentation is here http://pagesjaunes.github.io/curiosity/.

Hope your eyes didn't bleed to much.
Have a good day or night.

Arthur

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(Arthur BABEY) #5

I'm very happy that you found curiosity useful.
We released curiosity as an open source project, because we think it's the
best way for a project to live and with the help of the community to
imagine new cool features.

Arthur

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(Alfredo Serafini) #6

Great! it looks very promising! I'll try it as soon as I can, thanks :slight_smile:

Il giorno mercoledì 13 agosto 2014 10:42:48 UTC+2, Arthur BABEY ha scritto:

Hi everyone,

I'm currently a Pages Jaunes trainee. During my internship i worked on an
application to facilitate access to data to non-technical staff.
Curiosity was born.

The goal of this tool is to provide a simple way to built complex queries
and aggregations, save those queries, and share them with other users.
Curiosity comes with a template system, that you can use to personalize
your results list and aggregation (there is default template, like
piechart).

Yet the tool is stable and powerful but not very friendly. I worked hard
to provide a good documentation but as you can see my English suxx and that
good in explanation.
But there is something i am not so bad : development. So if you have some
time to try curiosity, i will be very happy if you give me some feedback.

I am open to criticism, and maybe if you liked the tool and want new
features i will be proud to develop them.

If you have any questions about functionality or code, ask me, i will try
to give you the best answer.

You can find Curiosity on Github
https://github.com/pagesjaunes/curiosity (it's fully open source) and
the documentation is here http://pagesjaunes.github.io/curiosity/.

Hope your eyes didn't bleed to much.
Have a good day or night.

Arthur

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(Sumit Gupta) #7

Looks Good...I'll try it as soon as I can, thanks :slight_smile:


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