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- Source code (zip)
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Lucidworks View is a consumer-facing front end for Lucidworks Fusion. It provides a basic search interface with simple configuration, so you can quickly deliver a Fusion-based search solution with minimal development. View is powered by Fusion, Angular, and SASS.
- Now works out of the box with Fusion 3
- Added support for changing the default query via FUSION_CONFIG.js
- Added support for date range facets type
- Added support for simple grouped results
- New loading state for range facets to prevent multiple selections while page is loading
- When redirected through login, inital page query will no longer be cleared
- Linked URLS with parameters now click through correctly
- Only show pagination arrows when pagination is possible
- Fixed typeahead autocomplete user entry race condition
- Updated ESLint to version 3.3.1.
- Updated angular-ui-router to version 0.4.2
Deprecated API functions
Instead of using
URLService.setQuery()will be removed in View 1.5.0.
Downloads are available below
Binaries for version 1.4.0 are for mac, linux and windows 10.
Download a binary and unpack the binary.
Alternative instructions for cloning this repo available here
Change into the binary directory:
While you're working on your project, run:
This will compile the SaSS, assemble your Angular app, and create
FUSION_CONFIG.js(if you haven't created it already). You'll see output that tells you which port was selected:
[BS] Access URLs: ------------------------------------ Local: http://localhost:3000 External: http://<external IP>:3000 ------------------------------------
The default is port 3000, but if that port is already in use then the app selects the next highest available port.
Now go to
http://localhost:<port>in your browser to see it in action.
The first time you browse to the app, you'll see a login page. Use your Fusion username and password. To enable anonymous access, edit the
anonymous_accesskeys in FUSION_CONFIG.js.