Adam Cooke

I currently work as a consultant for Qlik, a software company doing some interesting stuff in business intelligence. Check it out Qlik.com. I write this blog to showcase some technical bits that I hope will be useful to others.
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You may be comfortable with the Qlik Sense default current selections box:   What if you or your end users aren't keen on the look and feel? Especially inside a web application you may not want to always use this to control your Qlik charts. Using the APIs you can completely customise these controls. An example I replaced the standard icons with basic text links and used some basic...

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This is a great example of using workbench editor to get the most out of Qlik Sense and achieve things that no other product(including Qlikview) can with drag drop functionality for users with no HTML/CSS skills! Hopefully more to follow. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USFK1hh5DWY&feature=youtu.be[/embed]   The branch project: http://branch.qlik.com/projects/showthread.php?529-Mashup-Builder-for-Demo This approach is one way to generate very customised web applications using approved branded templates built by an expert and empower business users to professionally publish...

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You don't need to be an expert in web devleopment to throw together some stunning web based dashboard using Qlik Sense. There are loads of websites that give free HTML5 layouts that you can use and modify as a starting point for your dashboard. This post lists a few of them: http://html5up.net/   http://templated.co/   http://designscrazed.org/free-responsive-html5-css3-templates/   If you have some more let me know in comments and I will add them...

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This post may be of interest to you if you want to do a branded layout in Qlik Sense. With Qlikview it was very easy to throw a layout together and use show hide conditions to make intuitive layouts. Qlikview people often comment that Sense is more restrictive, or somehow has less features because the layout by default is now grid based to cater for mobility. I would...

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A mashup  is a web page that uses content from more than one source to create a single new service displayed in a single graphical interface. In the context of Qlik this means we can combine the powerful Qlik Sense data modelling engine with any type of visualisation and keep our dashboards looking modern as design trends shift since we can combine the latest web technologies...

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Before we start please note the below is my own opinion and is in no way endorsed by Qlik as a company. Follow at your own risk :). The aim of this post is to explore the possibility of hosting a Qlik Sense mashup on the popular cloud web hosting provider Heroku. What is Heroku? Heroku (pronounced her-OH-koo) is a cloud application platform – a new way of...

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In places where Qlikview is already alive you may want to give your users a single place for them to access both types. This can be done using this project on Qlik Branch:   http://branch.qlik.com/projects/showthread.php?180-QlikPortal&highlight=accesspoint   This is one approach for handling both products on the same site and helps keep things simple for the end user....

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