Vizlib Templates have been designed to help you create eye-catching pre-designed charts quickly, and apply your own styling. With just a few clicks, you can set a default design standard that follows your app, company or design brand guidelines.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Creating Templates - Tutorial
- Template Categories
- Template Extensions
- Working with Templates - Offline Users
Vizlib Templates main objective is to help generate a consistent, standardized look for a company's Qlik Sense data visualisations, aligned with their overall design and branding system. Users can create and share pre-configured templates with the entire organisation, which can help with speeding up and opening out the development process, maintaining visual standards and enforcing visual governance across their Qlik Sense apps. This article contains all the information you need to get started working with Vizlib Templates.
Creating Templates - Tutorial
We've put together a tutorial about creating and saving your first templates, which you can watch here. You can also find an article on creating and saving templates here.
You can find out more about these categories in our article on managing templates here.
Vizlib Templates are currently available for the extensions listed in Table 1.
Table 1: Extensions with Template Capability
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Sheet Menu||v2.0.0||16th Jan 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib KPI Designer||v1.9.0||16th Jan 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Slider||v1.2.0||16th Jan 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Container||v2.4.0||16th Jan 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Filter||v3.2.0||19th March 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Table||v3.7.0||20th March 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Pivot Table||v2.11.0||25th March 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Button||v1.0.0||14th February 2020|
|Vizlib Library||Vizlib Switch||v1.0.0||30th June 2020|
|Vizlib Self-Service||Vizlib Custom Report||v4.1.0||18th May 2020|
|Vizlib Collaboration||Vizlib Input Form||v1.0.0||17th June 2020|
|Vizlib Gantt||Vizlib Gantt||v.1.8.0||23 February 2021|
Working with Templates - Offline Users
If you're using Vizlib extensions as part of an Offline installation (where the Qlik Sense Enterprise Server has no internet connection), working with templates is still possible, but there are some other steps you'll need to follow.
- Log into the Vizlib User Portal and click My account in the top right of the screen (Figure 1).
Figure 1: My Account
- In your account settings, make sure you select Inject templates in offline extensions (Figure 2) and you'll be able to download any published templates as part of the offline extension bundle.
Figure 2: Inject Templates in Offline Extensions
Note on Creating Templates: Offline users will still need to use an Online version of the extension they're working with to create the template and publish it. This could be done by working from a Qlik Sense Desktop or a development server which has internet access.