It depends on the use case. There are several front-ends that works with
Solr, each one has its own use cases and vary in how integrative it is.
Banana (https://github.com/lucidworks/banana) is a visualization frontend
that works only with Solr. It allows creating interactive, real-time
dashboards for data stored in Solr. It supports many textual and graphical
panels. It also supports dynamic filtration and slice and dice
Apache Zeppelin is another option that allows building notebooks for many
backends including Solr. In order to get it working, you have to install