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kisangoli78
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Qlik Sense - Leverage Rest Api using .Net SDK or enigma.js?

As the title implies, I'm trying to add some features that are currently unavailable through the hub/QMC but are using the API.

Are there pros/cons to using either the .net sdk or enigma.js? Is one more maintained than the other?

I'm much more familiar with .Net as I used to use it before I moved to full time BI Developer.

 

Any input is appreciated.

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NadiaB
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Hi @kisangoli78 

I would recommend to look at the following samples in .net.

https://github.com/AptkQlik/PublicExamples

Kind Regards.

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rwunderlich

I think they are pretty much equally maintained as they are (mostly) generated APIs.  So I would go with whatever language you want to write your solution in, rather than being driven by choice of library. 

-Rob

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NadiaB
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Hi @kisangoli78 

I would recommend to look at the following samples in .net.

https://github.com/AptkQlik/PublicExamples

Kind Regards.

Note: if this suggestion helps to resolve the issue or answers your question, it will be appreciated if you select the "Accept as Solution" option.
We encourage you to visit our Knowledge Base https://qliksupport.force.com/QS_CoveoSearch when trying to find a solution related and not limited to: errors, feature requests, product defects. You can also visit our Qlik Help portal https://help.qlik.com/

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rwunderlich

I think they are pretty much equally maintained as they are (mostly) generated APIs.  So I would go with whatever language you want to write your solution in, rather than being driven by choice of library. 

-Rob

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