Yes Qlik Sense and QlikView can both do ad-hoc reporting. Both products run on Qlik's associative indexing engine which is geared towards allowing users to flexibly move through the data. Both products also have a the ability for users to create content form web based UI. Overall Qlik Sense is designed to be more self-service and QlikView is designed to be more guided.
You may want to engaged with one on our customer success team to discuss further. I'd be happy to make the connection if you'd like me to.
I wanted to know whether the resize option is available in table in Qliksense and are we able to drag and drop the dimensions and measures in table on the web? Are these features available in current version of the Qliksense?
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Yes you can resize tables and drag & drop dimensions and measure on the web in the current version of Qlik Sense. Qlik Sense is designed for a fully online experience so full development is possible online (and what users can do can be limited through the rules engine).
There are two way you can get a feel for this:
1. Open Qlik Sense Desktop and then navigate to http://localhost:4848/hub in your web browser. You will get the full Desktop experience but through your browser
2. Go to our demo site and follow the instructions to enable online creation. If you do this you will be able to create content a laptop, desktop or mobile device. Note because this is a public environment you will not be able to do everything, for example loading data.
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We appear to be having an issue with our demo site. Our internal team is looking into it so please try again later. You do need to be on a web browser that support HTML5. You can confirm your browser is compatible on page 4 of the Qlik Sense 1.0 - System Requirements