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AlexPolorotov
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Gitoqlik is an easy-to-use tool for version control in Qlik Sense. 

Gitoqlik could retrieve your load script, serialize diagrams, master items, variables into JSON and store it in the GitHub/Gitlab/Bitbucket. So, you could revert to the previous versions of the application.

Also, you could easily share your Qlik Sense applications and code snippets with Qlik Community and your team. 


Import and reuse objects from QS applications: 
✔ sheets; 
✔ variables;
✔ master items;

For instance, you could import Rob Wunderlich QlikViewComponents into any application by one click.

See more: 

 

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AlexPolorotov
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Partner

Every user could store the Qlik Sense application in the repository and then reuse objects in different applications.

Gitoqlik can also detect master items and variables on the sheet of application and migrate them too.

And of course, you could share your templates (sheets, load script) with the Qlik community. Just add a topic "gitoqlik-lib" to your repository in the Github. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2WJ8gwAZXI - Gitoqlik Tips and Tricks. Watch it 

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AlexPolorotov
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Partner

It is a good time to start a series of articles about how to organize the development process in the #Qlik Sense with #Gitoqlik because my team has already done git-branching. 
The first article available on Medium - How to use git with Qlik Sense 

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Autexousious
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Contributor

Is there any way to connect Gitoqlik to other source control systems such as Azure Repos?

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AlexPolorotov
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Partner

I see that Azure Repos become popular because at least 3 users ask about it. We have that provider in our roadmap. I think we will get it soon

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AlexPolorotov
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Partner

🤯 Finally finished work on the feature of deploying applications in multiple environments (Qlik Sense Enterprise, Qlik Business/Cloud) and servers. It means that you can move an application between your TEST, DEV, PROD servers without "export-import", just click on the "Deploy" button in Qlik hub and choose the application from your git-repository. The deployed application connects as a branch to the master version, so you can update it by pulling changes from the master version.  

More about it - https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn%3Ali%3Aactivity%3A6703722974920413184/

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okw
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Contributor

How about extending Azure Devops to the older TFS, which is essentially supporting API version 4.1 and above. Here's some info on the API versioning: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/azure/devops/?view=azure-devops-rest-6.1#api-and-tfs-versi...

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