From the post:
In the previous installment of the demo series about Hue — the open source Web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use — you learned how to analyze data with Hue using Apache Hive via Hue’s Beeswax and Catalog applications . In this installment, we’ll focus on using the new editor for Apache Pig in Hue 2.3 .
Complementing the editors for Hive and Cloudera Impala, the Pig editor provides a great starting point for exploration and real-time interaction with Hadoop. This new application lets you edit and run Pig scripts interactively in an editor tailored for a great user experience. Features include:
- UDFs and parameters (with default value) support
- Autocompletion of Pig keywords, aliases, and HDFS paths
- Syntax highlighting
- One-click script submission
- Progress, result, and logs display
- Interactive single-page application
Here’s a short video demoing its capabilities and ease of use:
How are you editing your Pig scripts now?
How are you documenting the semantics of your Pig scripts?
How do you search across your Pig scripts?