Monthly rewind > April 2021

Your April look back at new features and great community content

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Monthly rewind > April 2021

๐Ÿ† App of the month ๐Ÿ†

Our April featured app of the month is......๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿฅ

Playground by Ahmed Besbes.

This app allows you to interactively play with machine learning models directly from the browser. You can use it to test different models with varying hyper-parameters on a set of non-linear classification problems. [code]

Streamlit April updates

Here are some of the many exciting things that happened at Streamlit in April.

๐Ÿ” Current release: 0.81.0

April brought two big releases, the newest being 0.81.0. Many notable features were introduced in these releases including secrets management, forms, and submit button. If you haven't updated in a while, make sure to check out the changelog since we're continually releasing new features and fixes.

๐Ÿ”ฎ Upcoming features

Programmable state will be landing in the near future!

๐ŸŒฒ Series B

We announced our Series B round of funding led by Sequoia and backed by previous investors Gradient Ventures and GGV Capital. Read more from CEO Adrien in his blog post.


๐ŸŽˆ New Streamlit creators

We welcomed four new awesome community members to the Streamlit Creators program. Read more about them below and check out our creators page here.

Introducing the Q2 2021 Streamlit Creators!
Itโ€™s been a wild Q1 2021 for Streamlit, with the Series B announcement, the release of Secrets management and Theming for app customization! But weโ€™re never too busy to recognize members of the Streamlit community, whose contributions breathe life into the community, demonstrate new and exciting useโ€ฆ

Videos and articles written by or featuring the Streamlit team for your viewing and reading pleasure.

  • James outlines how to use Secrets Management in Streamlit sharing to securely connect to private data sources.


  • The new commands st.form and st.form_submit_button are explained by Abhi in his latest blog post.



  • In Austin's conclusion to his Firestore tutorial, he shows how to build a Reddit clone and deploy it with secrets.


Some great apps, repos, and articles by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.

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