Connect Elasticsearch to Retool and build internal applications like admin panels and dashboards using a drag-and-drop GUI.
Connecting Retool to Elasticsearch is easy and takes just a few minutes. Once connected, you'll also be able to write data to another data source like Postgres, all within one UI.
If you’re using Elasticsearch for full text search, you can run your queries through Retool and visualize your results (text, images, logs) in a Text component. You can also connect queries to TextInput fields to make search accessible to non-technical end users.
If you’re using Elasticsearch for log storage and analysis, Retool can help you parse and format those logs in a language you’re familiar with. You can populate a Table component with records, and display relevant details in a Container component when you select a row.
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View your data
Visualize and search all of your database tables.
Query your data
search to find the data you need.
Insert a record
Insert a record in an existing document via
Update an existing record
Update an existing record in an existing document using
A template designed to show off Retool's visualization capabilities -- powered by Plotly.js and the World Bank API.
Whether you're building a basic Elasticsearch front-end or a complex customer lookup application, internal tools have the same building blocks: tables, text boxes, drop-downs, etc. Retool gives you a simple way to connect these building blocks with Elasticsearch so you can build apps in hours, not days or weeks.