QlikSense

QlikSense Extension: ios toggle switch to Lock/Unlock/Clear

QlikSense extension object which resembles iOS toggle switch. This object will do the following: Lock/Unlock Specific Fields Lock/Unlock and Clear User Selections for Specific Fields Lock/Unlock on All Fields Lock/Inlock and Clear All Selections Custom Object Label Custom Object Label Formatting Note: To Lock/Unlock specific fields based on the user selections. You need to create(…)

QlikSense Slider Object for Variables

I hope you’re doing well!? I had been busy with newborn and work. Sorry, I couldn’t write a blog post for a few months now. Finally, I started building QlikSense extensions/visualisations. A few days back, I’ve built “Sense-Variable-Slider” extension; which I’ve fully tested on Chrome browser. It works on IE but yucks! Well, who wants(…)

Javascript <> Java

Many QlikView developers are confused between Java and JavaScript. Many still thinks that JavaScript is part of Java platform, which is not true. While I was interviewing, I had seen some QlikView developers saying that they know Java and claim to have extensive experience writing extensions from scratch. In reality, they mean JavaScript. This will most likely backfire(…)

Qlik Monthly Updates – July 2015 Edition

1. Launch of Qlik Sense Cloud: Qlik launched private Qlik Sense Cloud for everyone. No doubt it’s great idea and it helps developers and new customers who wanted to try Qlik Sense. It is readily available and there is no setup nor installation (apart from QlikSense desktop installation, which is free as well!) Although, you(…)

New job…first day in office as a QlikView Developer

First day in office as a QlikView Developer. Like previous job or for that matter any other job, you need to get started…right? But on what? Whether you like it or not you are going to be constantly judged by the results you accomplish in first month or first assignment. Probably, half of your colleagues(…)

Learn QlikView

I’ve been receiving lot of questions about how, what and where to start with QlikView. So, I’ve decided to create a infographic which covers the learning path to become a QlikView Developer. I’ve also included references from the infographic, which are listed at the bottom of the page. I wish good luck to all the aspiring Developers!   References:(…)

Different types of Qlik Developers

  In my view, there are five types of QlikView Developers. 1. Hacker: The Hacker starts off learning anything with great enthusiasm and ready to overcome the challenges. He or she is willing to stay on the plateau for long time as long as they get to hack something once in a while. They are(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – April 06th 2015 Edition

1. QlikDevGroup (QDG) third event with Donald Farmer: We had great third event in London (Venue: Capital Suite, 1st fl, 33 Queen Street, EC4R 1AP). Number of attendees have increased compared to previous events and we’ve got great feedback from the attendees. Thanks to Donald Farmer for talking time to speak at the QlikDeveloperGroup third(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – February 16th 2015 Edition

1. Qlik acquires NPrinting: Finally, it happened – I’m very pleased to see that Qlik still respects PixelPerfect reporting requirements. We’ve two main stream products – NPrinting and CIA reports for Pixel perfect reporting. Qlik has acquired Vizubi and its NPrinting product line, the market-leading report generation, distribution, and scheduling application for QlikView. A Qlik(…)

Five words QlikView Developers should never say…

  Large/ Huge: Whenever you walk into a meeting room with the Business Analysts, Managers or Business Users who might ask how big is the application or data set? Don’t say it’s small/large/huge. Instead give the numbers because the words “small”,  “large” and “huge” are subjective to each person. Instead go prepared with the numbers ready in(…)

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