Monthly Rewind > March 2022

Your March look-back at new features and great community content

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Monthly Rewind > March 2022

🏆 App of the month 🏆

Our March featured app of the month is... 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁

Rascore by Mitchell Parker and Roland Dunbrack!

Rascore is a tool for analyzing structures of the RAS protein family. It can also be used to build an updatable database of all available RAS structures in the Protein Data Bank. This app aims to simplify the biological study of RAS proteins in cancer and other diseases and facilitate RAS drug discovery. [code]

Streamlit March updates

Let's take a look at what happened in March.

🔍 Current release: 1.8.0

The latest release is 1.8.0. Recent updates include improved performance for dataframes and design improvements to our header. Be sure to check out the changelog to learn more about the latest features and fixes.

🔮 Upcoming

Below are some exciting upcoming features:

  • App viewers data
  • Workspace analytics
  • Multipage apps

Check out our roadmap app to get a bigger scope of what else we're working on. 🥳

❄️ Snowflake

  • Streamlit was acquired by Snowflake! We're excited to join forces and open new frontiers in data science and data application development. Read more.

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🎙 Open source podcast

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Here are some great apps and tutorials by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.


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