Category Archives: Design & Layout

SlopeGraph for QlikView (D3SlopeGraph QlikView Extension)

Edward Tufte's slopegraph brought to QlikView as a solution using QlikView's extension concept and D3.




Creating a QlikView Extension from Scratch using D3 (QlikTip #50)

How I have created a QlikView Extension (Animated Scatter Chart) from scratch using the fantastic D3 library by Mike Bostock.




Better Current Selections Box to Translate & Hide Fields (QlikTip #49)

This article demonstrates how to overcome some limitations of the standard Current Selections Box of QlikView: Translating field values, translating “hardcoded” labels of the Current Selections Box, hiding specific fields and customizing the icons shown. The solution is based on a QlikView object extension I have created, called "Better Current SelectionsBox".




CSS3 Cheat Sheets for QlikView Extension Development (QlikTip #46)

I have already posted my favorite cheat sheets for jQuery. Today here are my favorites for CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets v3): Cheat Sheet by CSS3.com Online cheat sheet by CSS3.com with a comparison to CSS1 and CSS2 plus a direct link to the CSS reference on W3C.org. http://www.css3.com/cheat-sheets/ CSS3 Cheat Sheet / Smashing Magazine Excellent […]




A Comprehensive List of QlikView Object Extensions (01/2013)

QlikView Extensions are great, but it is not easy to find a list of all QlikView extensions available, so I have created this list of freely accessible QlikView extensions (all of them available for download plus source code).




Nice read: “List boxes are all right”

Just wanted to point you to a very insteresting article by Stephen Radmond from “Qlik Tips”. He explains why it absolutely makes sense placing list boxes and selections in general on the right side of the screen … especially if you are designing your QlikView applications for an iPad. Imagine the difference: becomes (Images copied […]




Formatting QlikView Data the Web Way (qTemplate Object Extension)

I recently came across some projects with some special layout requirements. While it would certainly be possible to create a separate QlikView extension for every requirement I wanted to find a more generic an reusable approach for rendering QlikView content. The goal was to bring some capabilities into QlikView (using an extension) which makes formatting […]