Nebula.js and its ecosystem with extensions is growing and is growing fast. In the past, I have covered some of the available charts like bar-chart, funnel-chart, line-chart, mekko-chart, pie-chart, sankey-chart and a simple table.
Today I will go over some of the latest editions, a simple Filter, based on a field, a KPI object and a Combo chart.
Let's start with the Nebula.js configuration and the connection to our Qlik Sense server. The code is in observablehq, for framework specific, check links at the end of this blog post.
Ok we have Nebula.js configured and a Websocket connection to the engine. We start with a simple Filter. All you have to do is get the Field Name from Qlik Sense and then add the following code into your js page. All of these examples are using the default Helpdesk app.