In my previous blog posts I was working on reading data from wordpress blogs using groovy. This is nice, but of course there was a reason why I needed this. I wanted to create a tool or better a plugin for Elasticsearch. This plugin should make it easier to check the state of you cluster, play around with facets and query your data.
On my employers blog I started a series of blog posts that explain this plugin. I go into details for the libraries I used: AngularJS, Twitter Bootstrap and of course elastic.js.
Check my employers blog post if you are interested.
Introducing a query tool as an elasticsearch plugin (part 1)/
Introducing a query tool for elasticsearch