kafka-topics-ui - Web Tool for Kafka Topics using Kafka Rest |

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Browse Kafka topics and understand what's happening on your cluster. Find topics / view topic metadata / browse topic data (kafka messages) / view topic configuration / download data. This is a web tool for the confluentinc/kafka-rest proxy. Config: If you don't use our docker image, keep in mind that Kafka-REST-Proxy CORS support can be a bit buggy, so if you have trouble setting it up, you may need to provide CORS headers through a proxy (i.e. nginx).

https://github.com/Landoop/kafka-topics-ui#readme
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