This post aims to clarify the following points regarding the use of React in rendering Qlik Sense Mashups:
- After reading this, you will have learned how to implement a basic component using React in order to link to your Qlik Sense data and visually render it inside your React App.
- Understand the benefits a React deployment brings with regards to data management when working with the Qlik Sense platform for your data analysis.
React is a library developed and maintained by Facebook that is intended to build large application interfaces. One of the main objectives that React tries to solve is allowing for data updates every second. In other words, a tool to update data on the screen in real time.Read More
Building upon our existing design services and customization services with advanced BI panels and dashboards, Cluster proudly announces it’s newly minted partnership with North American business intelligence platform Looker.
With this new addition, Cluster reassures its positioning as a multi-platform consulting firm, and now paves the way for Looker’s global clients to fully customize their Looker-powered BI mashups.Read More
The full-featured version of NewHub is available for download. The mashup was released in late 2018 and runs within Qlik Sense Server. This means it does not require any additional structure beyond the Enterprise license.
Just fill out this form and you’ll receive a zip file for installation, along with configuration instructions and a commercial presentation. This version remains free up to 5 (five) users/tokens and allows color and logo customizations.
Cluster launched NewHub today, a solution that aims to transform the Qlik Sense user experience. The product is essentially a portal that displays native Qlik Sense applications (QVFs) and mashups in a single interface, in a user-friendly and customized way.Read More