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Best Practice for Qlik Sense Source Control

Hi Guys,

I have used prj folders to source control the QlikView application Development.

But I am new to Qlik Sense 3.1 and wanted to know what are the best practices for Qlik Sense version contorl?

Thanks

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Gysbert_Wassenaar

Afaik there's only one best practice right now: Do whatever works best for you.

Perhaps this discussion can give you additional ideas: Qlik Sense integration with Version Control Systems


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand

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PlatformManager-Expert
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

Thanks for mentioning PlatformManager by In4BI, a Qlik Technology partner. This flagschip product does not only provide version control. PlatformManager simplifies your development and deployment process, saves time with in testing your apps, provides insight in relations, visualizes all QVD relations, manages your Extensions, Mashups and Widgets, Reload tasks, provides a workflow for approval and much more.

With over 150 Customer it's the most used Governance solution available today. With presence in over 19 countries you can probably find a partner nearby. You can download a demo video through PlatformManager.com.

Hope this helps you!

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Gysbert_Wassenaar

Afaik there's only one best practice right now: Do whatever works best for you.

Perhaps this discussion can give you additional ideas: Qlik Sense integration with Version Control Systems


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand
jp_golay
Partner - Creator II
Partner - Creator II

Hi, we just released WIP new web based source control, collaboration and deployment for QlikView and Qlik Sense, look at ebiexperts.com

 

ebiexperts CTO
With WIP, Control everything!
Qlik Sense, QlikView and NPrinting Source control, Versioning and Deployment, Agile Lifecycle Management
PlatformManager-Expert
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

Thanks for mentioning PlatformManager by In4BI, a Qlik Technology partner. This flagschip product does not only provide version control. PlatformManager simplifies your development and deployment process, saves time with in testing your apps, provides insight in relations, visualizes all QVD relations, manages your Extensions, Mashups and Widgets, Reload tasks, provides a workflow for approval and much more.

With over 150 Customer it's the most used Governance solution available today. With presence in over 19 countries you can probably find a partner nearby. You can download a demo video through PlatformManager.com.

Hope this helps you!

jaygarcia
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hi @Gysbert_Wassenaar , do you have any new/updated recommendations for QS versioning control?

Thanks!

Jay

Gysbert_Wassenaar

No, I don't have any new or update recommendations. That doesn't mean there aren't any. I just haven't looked at them lately.


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand
jaygarcia
Contributor III
Contributor III

Thanks for your reply, Gysbert.

AlexPolorotov
Partner Ambassador
Partner Ambassador

You could try Gitoqlik. 

Version control in the Qlik Sense built-in editor.  This project is a Chrome extension that adds version control in the built-in editor of Qlik Sense and integrate your app with Git repository.

https://gitoqlik.com

vlntn
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hi all,

I've created a CLI tool called BIForm aimed at improving Qlik Sense BI application management via version control like Git. It can help you:

  1. Seamlessly track and manage changes to your apps.
  2. Easily revert to previous versions of your applications.
  3. Collaborate with team members through a clear change history.

BIForm also supports functionalities such as pulling the latest changes and applying them to multiple apps at once, significantly improving the update management across your BI applications.

As an open-source project, your insights and contributions to BIForm are highly appreciated. You can find more details, contribute or provide feedback through the project's GitHub repository: [link to GitHub repository].