Recently, Julie Whipple blogged about Qlik’s partnership with Team Rubicon. She talked described how we helped Team Rubicon by creating an amazing mashup which gives the world a view of the awesome job Team Rubicon, it's partners, and countless volunteers are doing around the world. You can find Julie’s blog here: The Value of Data – Team Rubicon and Qlik | Qlik Blog

Even though the data is complex, using Qlik Sense to bring it all together in one view was like a walk in the park, too easy!

Once the data was uploaded into a Qlik Sense app, we setup the entire mashup using the qdt-react-template. We set up the pages and the routes and then used qdt-components to connect to the server and get the KPIs, Charts and Maps. In order to that, all we needed is the config to server https://github.com/qlik-demo-team/qdt-react-template/blob/master/src/components/QdtComponent.jsx and we were ready to go!

We are so thrilled to use our awesome products to make a difference. In general, developing is fun, really fun. When you add in the fact that what we develop is having a positive impact on the world, it makes us proud to be part of such a great company.  

Check out the  Team Rubicon – Open Initiative project: https://teamrubiconusa.org/open/

Here are some helpful links referenced above:

qdt-react-template: https://github.com/qlik-demo-team/qdt-react-template

Examples:  https://webapps.qlik.com/qdt-components/react/index.html#/

qdt-components: https://github.com/qlik-demo-team/qdt-components

Best,

Yianni

 

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