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Nice to see someone working on Jenkins UI, looks good!

About the search: there are many JS libraries which allow pagination, sorting and searching tables, so it might be fastest (and most user-friendly) to just use one of those. Well, as long as we-re talking about 100s of jobs and not 1000s... :) For instance, I had great fun dealing with DataTables [0] lately (needs jQuery). The advantage of this approach is that it takes half an hour tops to implement.

[0] https://datatables.net/




We're built on React but I'll forward this on to the team to check it out. Thanks for the tip!




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