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Category Archives: Development /QV Developer

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".




QlikView Mashup Examples & Documentation (QlikTip #48)

Creating Mashups in QlikView is extremely simple but I am very often surprised that QlikView’s ability to integrate QlikView documents and objects into other web application is not used very often, sometimes it is not even known that this can be achieved easily. Maybe one reason for that is that documentation and examples are very […]




Reloading QlikView Documents using the Ajax-/Mobile-Client (Triggering EDX Tasks by using a QlikView Extension) (QlikTip #47)

It is quite easy to reload a current QlikView document if you are using the IE-Plugin or QlikView Desktop. But achieving the same result if you are using the Ajax-/Web-/Mobile-Client is a bit more demaning. The solution described here closes the gap using a combined approach of misc. QlikView integration techniques: The QMS API (QlikView […]




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).




jQuery Cheat Sheets for QlikView Extension Development (QlikTip #45)

When developing QlikView extensions you will probably use jQuery, too. jQuery is also used by default by the QlikView Ajax client so jQuery is available out of the box. For all QlikView Extension developers who are not working with jQuery every day these cheat sheets may help: Online Cheat Sheet: I like this cheat sheet […]




QlikTip #44: How I Use Visual Studio.net 2010 to Develop QlikView Extensions

A short introduction and step-by-step guide how I use Visual Studio.net 2010 to develop QlikView extensions.