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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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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Here are some great examples of D3 inside of Qlik Sense: http://sense.axisgroup.com/sense/app/1dadc9e8-d2f5-47f8-ad21-a2209257cc20/sheet/xtcwya/state/analysis This is the github repository: https://github.com/skokenes/Qlik-Sense-D3-Visualization-Library This is the Qlik Branch project page: http://branch.qlik.com/projects/showthread.php?389-D3-Visualization-Library   Worth taking a look whenever you need a new way to visualise some existing data....

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Hi guys, It occurs to me that lots of people may not be familiar with javascript who are from a more traditional Qlikview environment. Javascript has come a long way. We can use Javascript to build some great extensions. Just take a look at the Qlik branch website. Here is a list of good starter tutorials for javascript and eventually NodeJS which is a javascript based serverside...

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