Also, a question out of curiosity.. (I hope it's not brazen to ask this on my part )
All other major tools (like Power BI, Tableau etc. ) offer Sliders, Input Box, Dropdown and Toggles as part of the tool itself recognizing that these "widgets" are more familiar and add value to the modern user. Why hasn't Qlik adopted this as a strategy?
Any particular reason? Or is it a deliberate choice to allow extension developers to gain some revenue by building these essential "widgets".