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I have talked about about qdt-components in the past and how it can be used with Angular, React and in a simple html page.

qdt-components - A Components Library that can be used in simple Html, Angular 5 and React


Today I will show you how to use it with Vue.js.


You can start by the template that we put together


The main component is the QdtComponent.vue


import QdtComponents from 'qdt-components';

const options = {

  config: {

    host: '<>',

    secure: true,

    port: 443,

    prefix: '',

    appId: '133dab5d-8f56-4d40-b3e0-a6b401391bde',


  connections: {

    vizApi: true,

    engineApi: true,



const qdtComponents = new QdtComponents(options.config, options.connections);

export default {

  name: 'QdtComponent',

  props: {

    type: String,

    props: Object,


  mounted() {

    qdtComponents.render(this.type, this.props, this.$el);





Then you can create your pages and start adding your visualizations.


To embed a simple Qlik Sense chart just add this line

<QdtComponent :type="viz2.type" :props="viz2.props"  />



Where viz2 is


const viz2 = {

  type: 'QdtViz',

  props: {

    type: 'barchart', id: 'a5e0f12c-38f5-4da9-8f3f-0e4566b28398', height: '300px',





The full example is at


and you can view it live at


More posts on qdt-components

qdt-components - Horizontal Barchart by Picasso.js &amp; Selection Toolbar

Qdt-components & Picasso.js - More Charts!


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