Angular 4 ElasticSearch – Quick Start – How to add Elasticsearch.js

In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at how to add ElasticSearch to an Angular 4 Project.

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** Elasticsearch Tutorials **

I. Install ElasticSearch

Go to ElasticSearch guide – Getting Started » Installation and follow step by step to install ElasticSearch.

Test local install of ElasticSearch
– by command line:
curl -XGET localhost:9200
– or enter http://localhost:9200/ url on your Browser.

The result should be like this:

II. Add ElasticSearch to Angular 4 Project

1. Install the type definition

Run command:
npm install --save-dev @types/elasticsearch

You will see an elasticsearch directory in node_modules folder:
angular-4-elasticsearch-example-quick-start-node-modules

2. Add dependency

Open package.json in your Angular 4 Project, add:

Re-install your Angular 4 Project:
npm install

III. Use ElasticSearch in Angular 4 Project

1. Import and use

or:

2. Add CORS config

To work with ElasticSearch, we need to enable CORS by adding in /config/elasticsearch.yml:

3. Ping to test

Write the code below to ping to ElasticSearch:

Open Browser to check, it should be:

IV. Practice and Source Code

You can find more practice (with source code) such as creating an ElasticSearch Index at:
Angular 4 ElasticSearch example – How to create an Index

By JavaSampleApproach | October 12, 2017.


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