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In Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One we introduced you to Git, GitHub, Yarn, Visual Studio Code as well as Bootstrap, jQuery and the Tableau Extension API library....

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In Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One we introduced you to Git, GitHub, Yarn, Visual Studio Code as well as Bootstrap, jQuery and the Tableau Extension API library. In Creating a...

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Two weeks ago, I wrote part one of my four-part series in Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One where we introduced Git, GitHub, Yarn, Visual Studio Code as well...

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The TableauMagic DataTables Extension v1.0.0 is now available for general use; if you have Tableau Desktop 2018.2 or greater, all you have to do is download the .trex file...

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I have experimented with the new Tableau Extensions API since the Tableau Beta for 2018.2 and found this new feature to be a real game changer. Being an experienced web...

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Tableau Extensions were introduced in version 2018.2 and has massively opened up Tableau to the world of eager developers; literally speaking, this has the potential to be the biggest...

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Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. We will use Google Chrome to help debug and test our Tableau Extension.

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