On Monday, 17 January 2011, Lukáš Vlček email@example.com wrote:
looks nice! What is the "browse" tab meant to do? It probably does not work for me (I use Chrome 9.0.597.45 beta and the tab output is completely empty).
The browse view will be the area like the osx finder column mode where
one can drill down through the index in deeper levels based on the use
of facets. Right now it's just empty. (sorry a bit vapor ware at the
It's still very much WIP, perhaps premature to announce but Ben had
this working pretty quick.
Ive forwarded this to Ben for further comments. A bigger community is
always a good thing IMHO.
On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 5:03 AM, Paul Smith firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Hi, just thought I'd pass on some info, one our our intrepid UI engineers at Aconex is building for us a useful in house tool to combine with our upcoming use of Flume->ElasticSearch, and we've licensed it under ASL 2.
In particular I'm a bit pumped by the "browse" mode Ben has in mind, which should work a bit like the OSX Finder view's Column mode, allowing drill-down (thanks to ES faceting).
Ben has now realised the name of his GitHub project is probably badly chosen, but there you go.