[Cubicweb] automatically generated search filters and web user interface

Sylvain Thénault sylvain.thenault at logilab.fr
Thu Nov 5 17:34:35 CET 2015


On 04 novembre 10:48, Terrence Brannon wrote:
> Hello, I am a Python programmer by trade. I am wondering how well-suited
> Cubicweb is to the following task.

Hi,
 
> I want to take the URL to a video and store the URL as well as a
> few attributes about the video. For example:
> 
> * video-link: http://asdfasdfaasfadsf.com
> * line(s) of business: property management
> * location: klamath falls, or
> * benefits: new customers, shopping benefits, b2b
> 
> Now, given this metadata about the video, I would like a series of
> search filters to be automatically generated so that I can find
> relevant videos by any combination of the following:
> 
> * line(s) of business: via a list of checkboxes, select businesses in
> those lines of business
> * location: all businesses within X miles of where video was shot. So,
> if I store a zip code, then it stores the location and will retrieve
> this video if a person searches for things near that zip code.
> * benefits: a list of checkboxes, one or all of which may be selected
> 
> Also, it would be nice if a rudimentary front-end were generated that
> allowed me to browse through these various categories.
> 
> I'm wondering how much of the search filtering will be provided out of
> the box.

provided a few line of code to define search facets, you should have all this.
(https://docs.cubicweb.org/book/devweb/facets.html?highlight=facet)

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