What’s new in Qlik Sense 3.2?

Here are the highlights of the new Qlik Sense release:

Open source libraries

enigma.js and leonardo-ui are open source libraries developed on GitHub. One version of enigma.js is used in Qlik Sense 3.2 and a later version can be found on GitHub. leonardo-ui is used within Qlik Sense to provide a variety of graphical UI components. The markup of these components can be used in extensions, mashups, and widgets. Later versions of leonardo-ui can also be found on GitHub.

after-work.js, also an open source library, acts as an unified testing framework from the lowest level up to system level. It is designed to be used as a dependency while developing your code.

Visit GitHub for the latest versions or if you want to contribute to these libraries.

enigma.js

leonardo-ui

after-work.js (on GitHub)

Transitioning from QlikView

The QlikView converter allows you to transfer work from existing QlikView documents into Qlik Sense.

QlikView converter

Custom components

  • Custom components are now officially supported.
  • You must update custom components created and used in widgets before version 3.2.
  • You can now have several versions of the same custom component in Qlik Sense.
  • You must now define the dependency between widgets and the custom components they are using.

Custom components

enigma.js

This feature is delivered as EXPERIMENTAL in this release.

enigma.js is a client library that communicates with Qlik Sense backend services. It can be used in a browser or in a Node.js environment. You can use enigma.js as an SDK or do CRUD (that is create, read, update and delete) operations on apps and on app entities.

enigma.js is an open source library, developed on GitHub. The version of enigma.js used in Qlik Sense 3.2 is experimental. Visit GitHub for the latest version, or if you want to contribute to the library.

API reference: enigma.js

leonardo-ui

This feature is delivered as EXPERIMENTAL in this release.

leonardo-ui is an open source library which is used within Qlik Sense, providing a variety of graphical UI components. The markup of these components can be used in extensions, mashups, and widgets. The library is maintained and supported by Qlik.

In addition to the standard leonardo-ui components, Qlik Sense comes with some additional angular leonardo-ui components. These components are not included in the documentation found on GitHub.

The version of leonardo-ui used in Qlik Sense 3.2 is experimental. Visit GitHub for the latest version, or if you want to contribute to the library.

API reference: leonardo-ui

QlikView converter

The QlikView converter simplifies the work associated with converting elements from a QlikView document into master items in a Qlik Sense app. Visualizations, expressions, dimensions, and variables can be selected for conversion. The tool is available from the Dev Hub.

Using the QlikView converter to create a Qlik Sense app

History

This PDF contains all the news and updates since the first release of Qlik Sense.

News since Qlik Sense 1.0