However, a web-based UI is also available for when you want to quickly check the status and most recent logs of your project’s scheduled pipelines, or if you want to give less technical team members or clients the option to configure their extractors, loaders, and pipelines themselves.
Basic functionality around managing and configuring plugins and monitoring pipelines is available, as is an experimental Analysis feature, but many (newer) features of the CLI do not yet have a UI equivalent.
Missing functionality and other improvements are being tracked in the “Pipeline management and monitoring UI” epic, and new issues and contributions from the community are more than welcome, but the team is not currently prioritizing improvements to the UI because of the heavy focus on the CLI.
Start the Meltano UI web server using
# For these examples to work, ensure that # Docker Compose has been installed docker-compose --version # Add Docker Compose files to your project meltano add files files-docker-compose # Start the `meltano-ui` service in the background docker-compose up -d
For more details and instructions, refer to README contained in the file bundle.