A modern, open-source data browser for Elasticsearch.

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Siddharth Kothari
Siddharth KothariMakerHiring@siddharthlatest · Founder of Appbase Inc.
We originally built dejavu as a data viewer for Elasticsearch to scratch our own itch at It all started when we shifted our APIs to use Elasticsearch transparently and needed a way to display the DB data to users. We tried elasticsearch-head and a couple of other similar tools but found them to be lacking in Ux and stodgy. Others (like Kibana) were more geared towards visualization / charting than viewing raw data and even then, were hard to use outside the Elasticsearch ecosystem. With dejavu, our goal has been to build an open-source data viewer with a modern UI and make it more widely available. You can get it from the chrome webstore, use it from a github hosted page or install it as a plugin with Elasticsearch.
Marcelo Echeverria
Marcelo Echeverria@marcelo__on · Sywork - Founder
Anant Gupta
Anant Gupta@anantzoid · Maker of things
Displaying ES data in tabular form and able to modify query through UI is amazing! Does it even generate the queries based on what filters I have selected through the UI?
Siddharth Kothari
Siddharth KothariMakerHiring@siddharthlatest · Founder of Appbase Inc.
@anantzoid Yes, we translate applied filters into an ES query. However, these filters aren't general purpose enough to cover the entire Elasticsearch query DSL and can't be imho.
Wasim Shaikh
Wasim Shaikh@wasim117 · Product Hunter and Affiliate Marketer
Awesome tool.