Spyglass - Simple search results with Solr and EmberJS

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Spyglass provides a simple search interface for Solr using EmberJS. Searchers that return a result from a given Solr url. Result Sets that automatically show the results returned by their searchers, and Facets which toggle search parameters.

https://github.com/o19s/Spyglass

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