The current November release includes extended cloud connections, SOC 2 Type 2 certification, new visualization functions, mobile offline support for Android and reporting improvements.
Visualizations and Mapping
This feature gives the app developer more control over the style, look and feel when creating tables, including:
- Header font size and color
- Cell font size and color
Improved Accumulation in Bar chart, Line chart, Combo chart, and Table
- Short cut to accumulation on measures in UI with check box option
- Accumulation can be made over the whole dimension or in a finite number of steps
A new native chart also known by other names such as Marimekko chart, Mosaic plot or Mondrian diagram. This chart is commonly used in finance and marketing use cases.
Useful for showing how big the share is of different categories, e.g. sales per company, channel and combined; instead of having four regular bar charts, the Mekko can capture all the aspects.
Exclude map layers from auto-zoom
The ability to exclude map layers from auto zoom gives more layout control in the map chart. When building map applications, it is sometimes important to exclude layers from zoom, typically background layers such as grid layers, background/cad drawings, etc. The default behavior is to zoom out so all layers are visible.
Trellis container improvements, an enhancement to the visualization bundle
- You can now use 2 dimensions to create a grid with one dimension in each axis. You can also use calculated dimensions.
- You can show a border to highlight the individual trellis charts, and adjust width, color and style.
- Extended advanced mode support enables trellising of more complex charts.
Qlik Sense Mobile
Support for offline access to apps with Qlik Sense Mobile for Android
With Qlik Sense Mobile November 2019 you can download Sense apps for offline access on Android devices.
The full scope of the new release can be found in the new Qlik Sense release video: