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Hopefully you all attended Qonnections 2018 and saw Jimmie on the bike !!!
Bike.qlik.com is the latest mashup build entirely with Qlik's open source libraries, Qlik Core, Enigma.js, Picasso.js, Leonardo UI and the Demo Team's Qdt-components.
Here is briefly how we did it
Expect more examples in the coming future with these combinations of our Open Source Software!!!!!
Nice share and really helpful for exploring more.
Trying to read data using Enigma js from qvf and render the data in charts using picasso js as you did it in the bikers example .
Could you please through some light on below queries on visualization rendering ?
2.Where does the QDT –Components fits in the above flow ? What is the advantage of using the components ?
Can we use qlik.js as a open source component with QDT ?
Kindly share any references for any of the topics above .
You have set many questions and I will try to answer all
Great post! I am sure will be very helpful for the community.
I have a question about, How can we load data from qvds using Qlik Core?
Could you give me more information?
Thanks in advance.
I would have the qvf read qvds, then an endpoint in your rest api server that reloads and saves the app
Thanks so much. I will try it!
This is great. Is the source code available? Is there any plan to make it available?
It would be a good starter guide.
Will all components of qdt-compoents work with Qlik-Core? For example does Qlik Core have a Current Selections Toolbar?
Do you have any information on the sensors used to capture bike data?
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