silk - Silk is a port of Kibana 4 project.

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Silk is an open source (Apache Licensed), browser based analytics and search dashboard for Solr. Silk is a snap to setup and start using. Silk strives to be easy to get started with, while also being flexible and powerful.

http://lucidworks.com/fusion/silk/

Dependencies:

bower : ^1.3.8
ansicolors : ^0.3.2
bluebird : ~2.0.7
body-parser : ~1.10.1
bunyan : ^1.2.3
commander : ^2.6.0
compression : ^1.3.0
cookie-parser : ~1.3.3
debug : ~2.1.1
elasticsearch : ^3.1.1
express : ~4.10.6
glob : ^4.3.2
http-auth : ^2.2.5
jade : ~1.8.2
js-yaml : ^3.2.5
less-middleware : 1.0.x
lodash : ^2.4.1
morgan : ~1.5.1
request : ^2.40.0
requirefrom : ^0.2.0
semver : ^4.2.0
serve-favicon : ~2.2.0
through : ^2.3.6

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