🏆 App of the month 🏆
Our March featured app of the month is... 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁
Music Source Splitter by Fabio Grasso!
This app allows you to extract vocal and instruments from any audio. It uses a pre-trained model called Hybrid Spectrogram and Waveform Source Separation. You can upload an audio file, paste in a URL, or even record your own. [code]
Streamlit March updates
Below are the latest updates and releases from March.
🔍 Current release: 1.21.0
The latest release is 1.21.0. Recent updates include improved
st.help, support of global
secrets.toml file, and a
step parameter for
st.time_input. Check out the changelog to learn more about the latest features and fixes.
New features to get excited about:
- Easily connect to data sources with
- Customize the visibility items in the toolbar, options menu, and the settings dialog
- Ability to embed Streamlit apps
Visit our roadmap app to see what else we're working on. 🥳
✨ New Docs feature
- View the source code of any Streamlit command by clicking the
[source]button next to the function signature in the API reference. You can also go back and see the code from previous Streamlit versions.
Featured Streamlit content
🙋 10 most common explanations on the Streamlit forum
- Are you new to Streamlit and the community forum? Check out this guide from moderator Debbie Matthews explaining the 10 most common questions with helpful tips.
🔍 Create a search engine with Streamlit and Google Sheets
- Learn from Sebastian Flores Benner how to build a search engine app using Streamlit, pandas, and a Google Sheets database—the use cases are endless.
💻 Building a PivotTable report with Streamlit and AG Grid
- Make a PivotTable report with Streamlit and AG Grid! Creator of the popular AgGrid component Pablo Fonseca shows you how in 4 simple steps.
🧑💻 Hackathon 101: 5 simple tips for beginners
- Interested in joining a hackathon? In this post, the Data Professor shares how to get started and 5 simple tips for a successful experience.
#️⃣ Building an Instagram hashtag generation app with Streamlit
- Build an Instagram hashtag generation app with Dr. William Mattingly. Learn how to scrape the data, create dynamic components with custom keys, and display a nice visualization.
Featured community content
Here are some great apps and tutorials by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.
- Use ChatGPT to assist you in your job search with Vaibhav's Careermocha app.
- Guillaume and team created a ChatGPT-powered medical diagnostic and symptom-checking tool—Medical Diagnosis Assistant.
- Interact with or create your own AI assistant with Dave's GPT Lab.
- Bryan writes how to create a Streamlit app for Monitoring Sea Surface Temperature at the global level with GEE.
- Easily generate sales copy for a product using Josiah's app Salesy - The Product Copy Assistant.
- In Fanilo's video, Streamlit App Showcase | Tips for making your app stand out, he reviews awesome apps and gives tips on how to make yours awesome too!
- Create visually appealing and accessible color themes for your apps with Yuichiro's Streamlit color theme editor.
- Vinícius' LaTeX Longtable Generator app lets you generate LaTeX longtables quickly and conveniently.
- Turn images into pixel art with customizable colors and settings using the Pixel Art Converter app by Akaz.
- Learn how to Code Your Own ChatGPT Article Generator with Python & Streamlit in this video by Augmented Startups.
- Emily provides a step-by-step walkthrough of a hacky approach for SiS usage tracking in her article Tracking SiS application usage: An interim solution.
- With Alex's Cybersyn Financial Data App you can get financial data covering bank financials, locations, corporate structures, and more.
- Input an Ethereum smart contract into Kofi's Contract Wizard app and it will describe to you what that contract does.
- In Roel's Creating a Marketing Segmentation App with Streamlit & Snowpark article, you'll learn how to create a customer segmentation tool that can sync its selection back to the data warehouse.
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