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November 13, 2019

Qlik Core: The Next Generation of Self-Serve Analytics

Since its inception, we have all watched Qlik Sense grow. From desktop to cloud, from custom extensions to embedded visualizations to mashups using Enigma.js. Qlik Core is the next phase of this growth, and it is exactly what developers ordered. There’s no debating that Qlik Sense Desktop is an incredibly powerful tool, giving business analysts and decision makers everything they could want: easy ETL, data governance, security, self-service analytics, and more. Over the most recent years, Qlik Sense has upped the ante with new features, unlocking powerful new capabilities while maintaining the ease-of-use that makes Qlik so appealing. But. We’ve […]
September 26, 2019

Optimizing Qlik Load-Time

I have recently been brought on to a project involving a Qlik implementation for a client. Among the requirements for the project, the client needs to have the data refreshed every hour. As with many Qlik implementations, the Qlik segment is the final step in the ETL process with the data arriving to an Oracle DB first. By the time the ETL arrived to Qlik, only 30 minutes remained of the allotted hour. Here is the process for optimization that I followed. Status on arrival: The number of tasks in the QMC were about 40. There were about 30 apps […]
May 15, 2019

Building Qlik Sense Extensions that can Export and Snapshot

The Fluff If you’ve ever built an extension in Qlik Sense focused on data visualization, you know how cool it is to harness the power of the Qlik associative engine. It is important for such visualizations to integrate with the user experience and really feel like Qlik—both in style and functionality. Yet many complex extensions suffer functionality drawbacks from failing to overcome two major hurdles: the ability to export to PDF/Image through the right-click menu, and the ability to function as a snapshot within a Qlik Data Story. Though these issues have the same root cause, it proved incredibly difficult […]
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