QlikView 10 blog & resource round-up

By Barry Harmsen

QlikView 10 blog round-up

It’s been a few weeks since QlikView 10 was released and a lot has been written in the mean time. In this post I will list the articles, blog posts and resources that I found the most useful while learning about QlikView 10’s new features and functionality.

QlikView 10 How-to’s: A complete collection on the QlikCommunity wiki detailing how to use the new and updated features in QlikView 10.

What’s New in QlikView 10 Data Sheet (PDF): A data sheet by QlikTech that describes the new features and functionality in the context of QlikView 10’s four release themes (Easy to use, Open and extensible, Faster performance, Enterprise Manageability) and provides answers to frequently asked questions.

QlikView 10 Highlights: In this post over at QlikDecision, Ed Bobrin discusses the new syntax checking features, as well as Linked Objects and Container Objects.

QlikView 10 New Features: An older, but very complete post at the QVApps blog describing all the new features in QlikView 10.

Associative search in QlikView 10 list boxes: Bill Lay of The Qlik Board describes how associative search works.

QlikTip #26: Introducing Linked Objects in QlikView 10: A tutorial by Stefan Walther of qlikblog.at, describing how to create and use Linked Objects in QlikView 10.

QlikView Extensions: A New Feature in QlikView 10: A post over at Jojit Soriano’s blog that provides some extra information on QlikView 10’s new extension capabilities.

Boundless Visualization Options: A blog post at the QlikCommunity about extensions, not very much in-depth information, but it does feature a nice, short video demonstrating extensions.

These are the articles and resources that I found most useful. Of course, there are many other great articles and blog posts about QlikView 10. If you feel that I missed a must-read article, please feel free to share it with me in the comments.

About The Author

Barry Harmsen

Hi there, I'm Barry and I'm a Business Intelligence Consultant at Bitmetric and based in the Netherlands. Originally from a background of 'traditional' Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Performance Management, for the past 10 years I have been specializing in Qlik and a more user-centric form of BI. I have done numerous QlikView and Qlik Sense implementations in many different roles and industries. In 2012 I co-authored the book QlikView 11 for Developers. You can follow me on Twitter at @meneerharmsen.

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