Dejavu is out with a major release of https://github.com/appbaseio/dejavu/releases/tag/3.0.0. It offers a clean, modern web UI for browsing your ElasticSearch data.
What you can do with it:
Import your data (JSON, CSV) files, Browse data (powerful search and filtering), do CRUD operations add new mappings, It comes with a GUI based query explorer view, You can also visually create a faceted search UI.
If you are already familiar with the project, this version includes some major bells and whistles:
You can connect to multiple data indices, Browse data present in nested JSON objects (as well as filtering on them), 2x-3x performance improvement and 50% reduction in heap usage - it should feel snappy to browse large datasets, It's a rewrite from the ground up with the latest React version (v16.6) and makes the codebase more hackable and maintainable.
You can try it here:
Web (no installation): https://opensource.appbase.io/dejavu/ Docker Image: https://hub.docker.com/r/appbaseio/dejavu/ Chrome Extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/dejavu.
You can read how it compares to other alternatives.