Have a look at some videos to get an idea of the differences and similarities:
The biggest change is the visual data preparation option and the use of library objects to define connections.
Data can be entered into a QlikView document by directly typing or pasting it. This feature is a quick method to get the data from the clipboard into the QlikView. The script editor provides this feature under the Insert tab.
To open the Inline data load option, we open the script editor and go to Insert → Load Statement → Load Inline.
You cannot assign sum and other aggregate functions in a load statement directly to solve this we use Resident load. Resident Load loads data from the table stored in the RAM.
It works as a Resident load but we have to mention preceding load before Loading the Source Table
As the volume of data in the data source of a QlikView document increases, the time taken to load the file also increases which slows down the process of analysis. One approach to minimize this time taken to load data is to load only the records that are new in the source or the updated ones. This concept of loading only the new or changed records from the source into the QlikView document is called Incremental Load.