Tutorial: Build an Interactive Chart on QIX with RxQ

Speros Kokenes
December 11, 2016
APIs, Qlik Sense

At Axis Group, we love working with the Qlik Analytics Platform’s new APIs, especially the Engine API. With the Engine API, we interface directly with QIX Engine to power custom web applications. This interaction allows us to leverage the speed and scalability of the Engine in applications outside the realm of self-service BI. While playing… continue reading

Taming the Table Viewer

Mike Steedle
December 7, 2016
Data Model, Qlik Sense, QlikView

Here is a quick tip that is likely to boost your productivity: If you are trying to understand a tangled web of reporting tables in the Table Viewer, and the Auto Layout function is only stacking them all on top of each other, change the zoom setting to 75% or 50%, then click Auto Layout. Below… continue reading

Introducing our open source initiative and RxQAP

Speros Kokenes
October 25, 2016
Announcements, APIs, Qlik Sense

Here at Axis Group, we’ve been fans of the Qlik Sense APIs since the days when it was called Next. We’ve spent countless hours pouring through API documentation as we’ve played with the exciting possibilities for extending the Qlik Analytics Platform for ourselves and our clients. Through those efforts, we’ve learned a lot about the… continue reading

Scripting for the long haul

Mike Steedle
September 22, 2016
Data Model, Load Script, Qlik Sense, QlikView

You know how Qlik recommends creating custom properties to ease administration of security rules in Qlik Sense? In a conceptually similar way, I am realizing the wisdom of creating flags to encompass business rules in the transform layer, whereas I might have otherwise done it differently before. For instance, at one customer, there are several business… continue reading