🏆 App of the month 🏆
Our August featured app of the month is... 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁
What songs were popular when I was in high school? by Robert Ritz!
Having a hard time discovering playlists on Spotify? Robert's app lets you choose a time period and then auto-generates a playlist of the top songs from those years. Check it out to discover new music or if you want to go on a trip down memory lane. [code]
Streamlit August updates
Take a look at these updates and highlights from August!
🔍 Current release: 1.12.0
The latest release is 1.12.0. Recent updates include improved built-in charts, resizable side bar, and the ability to put static elements into functions that are cached via
st.experimental_singleton. Be sure to check out the changelog to learn more about the latest features and fixes.
These new features are currently on the horizon:
- Unique and custom subdomains
- Ability to hide space for an empty label
- Apps are indexed by Google
Visit our roadmap app to see what else we're working on. 🥳
📊 New and improved built-in charts
- Release 1.12.0 brings newly improved built-in charts. Line, area, and bar charts have gained a new design as well as parameters 'x' and 'y' for more control.
🎙 Take a deep dive into data science with Adrien
Featured Streamlit content
✨ The magic of working in open source
- See what it's like to work in open source! Ken writes about how new features are implemented, the importance of community, and how you can contribute.
🔽 Auto-generate a dataframe filtering UI in Streamlit
- Want to add a filtering UI to your dataframe without a bunch of code iterations? Learn from Tyler, Arnaud, and Zachary about the
💻 Make dynamic filters in Streamlit and show their effects on the original dataset
- Vladimir guides you how to quickly and easily add dynamic filters to your Streamlit app.
Featured community content
Here are some great apps and tutorials by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.
- Avery walks you through how to make a Sports Analytics Project With Python & Streamlit that will look great on your data science portfolio.
- Learn from Jesse how to Build a Static Code Analysis App with Streamlit and Python in his YouTube tutorial.
- Timotius' app visualizes various aspects of Gender Equality in Indonesia.
- Explore the data of the Vietnam National Team with Daryl's app.
- Eugenia teaches you How to build a Web App to Transcribe and Summarize audio with Python in her article.
- The Agriculture, Water, and Climate Group at the University of Manchester created AquaPlan to enable farmers, businesses, and governments to make more informed decisions about water.
- Add a Custom Streamlit Background Image/Color Gradient through CSS to your apps by following Fanilo's video tutorial.
- Get quick overview of your Netflix data with Sebastian's Netflix Profile Analysis app.
- Generate unique QR codes with advanced customization using the Flash QR app by Gerard.
- With William's Shakespeare Search Engine app, you can semantically search the works of Shakespeare.
- Learn and share more about your personality by taking the tests in Rinku's Findself app.
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