|author||Will Holley <email@example.com>||Mon Oct 07 18:48:17 2019 +0100|
|committer||Antonio Maranhao <30349380+Antonio-Maranhao@users.noreply.github.com>||Mon Oct 07 13:48:17 2019 -0400|
Add Search support (#1227) Adds a search module to Fauxton. The functionality is only enabled upon detection of "search" in the reported CouchDB features. When enabled, it adds: * New dropdown options to create/update search indexes in the sidebar * New panel to run search queries from the sidebar * Text index templates to the Mango Index editor Also added a CouchDB 2 / 3 / dev build matrix to Travis since the official CouchDB image doesn't include the search feature yet.
Fauxton is the new Web UI for CouchDB. To get it running in development on your machine. Follow the steps below.
You can use the latest release of Fauxton via npm:
npm install -g fauxton fauxton
fauxton --help for extra options.
Please note that node.js and npm is required. Specifically, Fauxton requires at least Node 6 and npm 3.
git clone https://github.com/YOUR-USERNAME/couchdb-fauxton.git
git remote add upstream https://github.com/apache/couchdb-fauxton.git
git fetch upstream
git branch --set-upstream-to=upstream/master master
NOTE: Before you run Fauxton, don't forget to start CouchDB!
Using the dev server is the easiest way to use Fauxton, especially when developing for it. In the cloned repo folder, type:
npm run dev
You should be able to access Fauxton at
Follow the “Setting up Fauxton” section above, then edit the
settings.json variable root where the document will live, e.g.
/_utils/. Then type:
npm run couchdb
This will install the latest version of Fauxton into
To deploy to your local CouchDB instance:
During a release build we are creating a folder called
dist/tmp-out. It contains all files that are just intermediate results for the final release artifact. Once everything is finished the files are copied from
tmp-out to their final destination,
dist/release where they are part of the deployable release artifact.
# Development mode, non minified files npm run couchdebug # Or fully compiled install npm run couchdb
Check out the following pages for a lot more information about Fauxton:
-- The Fauxton Team