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Employee

    Our Bruno Calver is back with a great resource that provides references to some development best practices. The goal of this resource is to ensure a speedy, high performing development process resulting in a final application for the end user. Bruno has collected a ton of information and has consolidated it into something simple and well referenced, the Qlik Sense Development Cheat Sheet. (attached to this post). I'd like to thank Bruno for this valuable contribution. If you have questions or comments, please post them here - we want to hear from you!

 

Introduction

 

     As governed self-service grows in popularity there is a significant increase in demand on the supporting infrastructure and resources. It is often the case that a number of self-service user communities are utilizing the same central and governed server infrastructure and so it is important to ensure everyone follows some basic good practices. This single page cheat sheet can be a useful reference for those self-service users to ensure they are developing and publishing applications that are fast, resource efficient, provide a great user experience and are not placing an unnecessary load on the shared server resource. Happy self-service everyone!

 

About Bruno Calver

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Bruno is a Principal Solution Architect working in the UK with some of Qlik’s enterprise customers. His passion is working with business people to turn disparate and otherwise mundane data sets into insights and stories that can engage their audience, drive change and inspire new ways of thinking.

 

 

 

 

7 Comments
Creator II
Creator II

Thanks for Sharing!

There is a little typo, the function is called ceil not ciel 😉

Cheers,

Fabian

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Employee
Employee

Thanks Fabian - fixed!

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Creator III
Creator III

Thanks for sharing Fabian

it very useful.

 

Regards,

Somasundaram.

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Contributor
Contributor

Thank you for sharing Bruno.

 

Regards

Victor

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Contributor
Contributor

I cannot access the pdf due to file/sharing restrictions here at my office. Is there any other way to retrieve the pdf?

Thanks,

Terry

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Partner
Partner

Thanks man!

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