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Hyper Vision

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Hyper Vision ⚑️ 😎 is a UI dev tool to browse hyper cloud data, cache, search, etc. via an app key's connection string. It is available at https://vision.hyper.io/.

Providing your connection string

Every time you start hyper vision, it will prompt you for a hyper cloud connection string from one of your hyper applications.

vision.hyper.io
vision.hyper.io

From the hyper cloud dashboard, copy the connection string from one of your hyper application's app keys and paste the connection string into the Connection String text box.

Providing a valid connection string will enable the CONNECT button.

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Press the CONNECT button to connect hyper vision to your hyper application.

By default, hyper vision assumes you have a service instance (namespace) named default. If you have already added data to your default data service, you should see that data in the grid.

Viewing Data Service Data
Viewing Data Service Data

Switching Connection Strings

Use the yellow bolt in the page header to open the connection string screen.

Yellow bolt
Yellow bolt

From the hyper cloud dashboard, copy the connection string from one of your hyper application's app keys and paste the connection string into the Connection String text box.

Providing a valid connection string will enable the CONNECT button.

Disconnecting

It's easy to disconnect hyper vision from your hyper app. Simply click the yellow bolt to open the connection string screen followed by clicking the red DISCONNECT button.

The DISCONNECT button
The DISCONNECT button

Viewing and Filtering Data

Once you're connected, to view data in your hyper app's data service, click the Data service in the menu.

By default, hyper vision assumes you have a service instance (namespace) named default. If you have already added data to your default data service, you should see that data in the grid.

Data displayed from the default data service instancee
Data displayed from the default data service instancee

Open the filter by clicking the filter/funnel button:

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Filter Option 1: Select Value

Click the Select Value tab and use the Field and Value drop-down lists to select a specific field and value followed by clicking the APPLY FILTER button.

'Select Value' tab
'Select Value' tab

Filter Option 2: Enter Value

Click the Enter Value tab and use the Field drop-down list to select a specific filter field. Then, provide your own value, such as a document _id value.

'Enter Value' tab
'Enter Value' tab

Filter Option 3: Advanced

Click the Advanced tab to provide your own Query Selector to filter your data.

If another filter option is applied, as indicated by the purple dot indicator on the tab, then you can optionally click the USE CURRENT QUERY SELECTOR button to paste in the query selector that is currently being used by hyper vision. It's a good way to learn query selectors.

Advanced filtering
Advanced filtering

Viewing a Service Instance Besides "default"

Let's say we have a Search service instance (namespace or index) named movie-year instead of one named default.

To browse data in a search service instance we would do the following:

  • Click the Search service in the menu
  • Click the INSTANCE NAME: DEFAULT button.
INSTANCE NAME button
INSTANCE NAME button
  • This opens a text box where you can change the name. Below we have changed the name from default to movie-year.
Providing an instance name
Providing an instance name
  • Press the go! button.
  • Provide some search text and select the View Data button.
filtering search data for the movie-year instance index
filtering search data for the movie-year instance index

For more information on searching indexes, see Search Index.

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Updated 24 Mar 2022
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