TABLE OF CONTENTS
Vizlib Tiles works using a single dimension and a number of measures, which act as Layers within a tile. Key Features include
- Setup Wizard - add and define dimensions and measures quickly and easily.
- Tile Editor - make general layout changes and apply them to every tile in the table.
- Customization of different fonts for headers, descriptions and titles.
- Use of images and gradient color schemes for both the tile and the object.
- Apply and customize dividers, shadows and margins within the table.
You can find links to all of the Vizlib Tiles product articles on our documentation homepage. We've organized our documents into several categories, and to make them easy to find, we've included keywords in the document title.
This page helps you get started with Vizlib Tiles and explains where to find the information you need. If you're new to our products, why not watch our video on getting started with Vizlib here?
You can find the latest version of Vizlib Tiles on our User Portal in the Self-Service section of the Downloads page. The software includes an installation file and a demo app showing you how Vizlib Tiles works. Vizlib Tiles is part of the Vizlib Self-Service product suite, you can find out more about Self-Service by watching our product demonstration.
Properties articles contain information on the Property Panel, which you use in the Qlik Sense Hub to manage functions for your Vizlib Tiles table. These articles manage settings within the app, including Data, Appearance, Header and Footer, Interactivity, Vizlib Actions, and Sorting. You can find the complete list on the documentation homepage.
Note: You will need to install Vizlib Library to use Viztips with Vizlib Tiles.
Best Practice and Troubleshooting
You can use our Best Practice and Troubleshooting article here to start working with Vizlib Tiles, as well as keeping track of any known issues. You can find a complete list on the documentation homepage.
The Changelog contains details for each release of Vizlib Tiles, such as new features and bug fixes. You can find the changelog on the documentation homepage, and you can also sign up to receive notifications of new releases for all Vizlib products here.