This Sense Deep Dive is designed to teach fundamentals of Qlik Sense visualization extensions and how to develop them. This includes to understand concepts of the used web technologies and frameworks like AngularJS and the necessary building blocks and components of an extension. Beyond that, you will learn how to use the given APIs for using data structures and how to integrate interactions.
The deep dive will also give you insights into the Qlik opens source projects such as Enigma.js, the engine API wrapper, and how to adapt and implement them. But we will not stop here. We will teach you also our best practices and advanced technics like our own ready-to-go frameworks we’ve developed over the last couple of years.
This Sense Deep Dive has been designed for Qlik developers with an intermediate web developer skillset, which want to increase their knowledge in extension development and speed-up their own projects.
This dive is designed to teach the fundamental understanding of a performance optimized data preparation within the Qlik universe. In several simple exercises the behaviour of the QIX-engine will be depicted. Easy to understand exercises leads to a clearer comprehension of what was taught. We will apply our knowledge through a challenging real world example. Therefore, we will load petrol station information with more than 100 million records. Using a wide range of functions, we will solve concrete problems with best practise examples. Additional semantic excursions of the RAM consumption will complete your knowledge as a Qlik developer.
This dive is intended for Qlik developers who wants to push their Qlik knowledge to the next level.
This dive focuses on the technical and conceptional understanding of the development of a security concept in a Qlik Sense environment. For this purpose, Qlik’s native ETL-tools in combination with the User Directory Connector (UDC) are used. Concrete use cases will be shown to develop security rules with best practice examples. In a step by step approach we will establish different user roles. Finally, we will have created an entire security concept.
Furthermore, we will master an automated license allocation, the basic principles of security rules and how to audit them. The fundamental understanding of operators, functions, Custom Properties as well as the different security levels in the HUB and in the QMC will complete your knowledge as a Qlik Sense administrator.
In summary, this dive has been designed for Qlik administrators who want to learn how to manage resources and how to create security concepts in the Qlik Sense environment
Eat, sleep, qlik2extend, repeat!
- SENSE DEEP DIVE 2018 -
After getting to know all the normal and dark corners of the products his interests shifted to solve the weirdest requirements within Qlik scripting, data modelling and also extensions. Thinking out of the green box and remix, extend or integrate Qlik with other technologies is his most pleasure. Data hacking and an unconventional data punk attitude has helped him to create new astonishing solutions.
Sharing his experiences, ideas and concepts has been a great value for the community over the last years. Being a trainer for Qlik extension development is a result of his enthusiasm about Qlik Sense’ new platform approach and the undiscovered integration possibilities.
Speros is passionate about the open web and how it can be integrated with the power of Qlik to deliver high impact analytics. He loves to explore the art of the possible and bring back what he finds to the community by [producing tutorials, tools, and demos] ( http://dataquarium.io) that help others get going. He is also an avid speaker, sharing his views and insights on the Qlik APIs several times for Qlik Dev Group and at Qonnections.
For the last three consecutive years he has been distinguished as a “Qlik Luminary”. The “Luminary” title is awarded by Qlik to honor extraordinary and visionary members of the Qlik community. As Qlik-guru Konrad developed a very successful Qlik Sense Add-on called Sense Excel, which has been added to the product portfolio of many Qlik partners worldwide. His leading role within the German Qlik Dev Group is a further proof of his commitment to the Qlik Business Intelligence community.
Being highly interested in the architecture of Qlik and the communication with the engine via the integration from mashup and microservice he likes to show what is possible during the interaction with the Qlik sense engine via the engine API.
As an educated physical engineer Robert wants to discover Qlik’s power in depth. For this reason he asks himself questions like: “What is underneath the surface?” He is excited about to show advanced script techniques and in particular how does Qlik’s analytical power work. Another advantage of Qlik Sense is the new platform strategy and the usage of security rules for the resource management in Qlik Sense. He is glad to show you these concepts in depth.