Gitoqlok is a free chrome plugin that allows you to use a git repository such as GitHub, GitLab, Azure DevOps, etc, to manage all the pieces of Qlik Sense app — Measures, Sheets, Charts, Load script and more.
The plugin operates seamlessly within the Qlik Sense authoring experience to provide the power of fine grained version control you expect with git. You’ll see a list of changes and commit those changes as you would expect in any software development project. Of course there is collision detection, branching and merging and all the goodness you expect from git.
Because the Gitoqlok team understands the visual nature of Qlik development, you can view diffs in a visual format. A slider lets you pick a commit for compare.
You can also use the same slider in a non-diff “time machine” mode to see how the application sheets looked at any point in time.
Gitoqlok comes with a lot of very useful Qlik dev features, such as the ability to import a chart or script snippet from app to another. Or deploy an entire app from one server to another!
Most Gitoqlok features are free to use. Premium features and support are available in a reasonably priced subscription.
If you haven’t tried Gitoqlok I recommend you give it a spin. You can install the plugin from the Chrome Store. Learn more about Gitoqlok including some great intro videos.
If you are attending QlikWorld next week Drop by the Motio booth (#315) to see more. Motio is also presenting two breakout sessions showcasing Gitoqlok, including their integration with my QSDA Pro tool.