Since our last blog post, we’ve attracted alot of attention from Github, Hacker News, Reddit and Product Hunt. A big thank you for everyone who upvoted or starred Searchkit on these sites!
Over the last few weeks, 1.8k developers have starred Searchkit on Github and was consistently in the top 5 trending projects. Hundreds of developers every day are using Searchkit. As more developers use Searchkit, the better our releases become. The feedback that we have had has been invaluable in shaping Searchkit as a compelling framework.
Today we’re releasing Searchkit 0.9. This release consists of a couple new features, few improvements and bug fixes to our components.
In this release, we are introducing layout components to make it easier to take advantage of Searchkit’s default theming. This is also a precursor to making the Searchkit’s theme being responsive to different devices.
Multiple Field Sorting Support
Searchkit can now support multiple field sorting via fields prop.
Dynamic Range Filter Component
When using the Dynamic Range filter, the min / max values are calculated from the data we have in the index and no longer are you required to specify a min and max.
You can now customise the query object that is sent to Elasticsearch. See Elasticsearch documentation on the query DSL.
Now you add filters from Search results easily with the TagFilter component. It works by making a list of values on a search result actionable.
You can now add toggles based on a filter query. Useful for toggles such as “In stock” feature.
You can now filter results using a text search field.
转载本站任何文章请注明：转载至神刀安全网，谢谢神刀安全网 » Searchkit 0.9 – React UI Components for Elasticsearch