Monthly rewind > January 2021

Your January look back at new features and great community content

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Monthly rewind > January 2021

πŸ† App of the month πŸ†

Our January featured app of the month is......πŸ₯πŸ₯πŸ₯πŸ₯πŸ₯

The Traingenerator app by Johannes Rieke which generates custom template code for PyTorch & sklearn, all within a simple Streamlit UI. [See the gif above!]

To learn more about the app take a look at the repo here - we recommend perusing some of Johannes' other repos as well [including his Best of Streamlit tracker] - he has some pretty cool projects 😎

Streamlit January updates

The latest and greatest that you might have missed in January.

πŸ” Current releases: 0.76.0

The newest Streamlit release is 0.76.0, but make sure to check out the change log if you haven't updated in a while to see what's been going on.

πŸ•Ή Closed betas

We currently have a number of coming soon features that are being tested in closed beta, including:

  • Secrets management (for Streamlit sharing)
  • Programmable state
  • Customizable theming

If you're interested in testing any of these send us a message on the forum and we'll add you to the beta when it becomes available.

🧩 New components

The community continues to actively develop a number of new components that you can use to extend your apps. Here are two that made some headway in January:

  • Streamlit Ag-Grid by Pablo Fonseca - Streamlit Ag-Grid makes it possible to use interactive dataframes within your Streamlit apps. [Demo App]


  • Streamlit WebRTC by Yuichiro Tsuchiya - Use Streamlit WebRTC to send and receive video within your Streamlit apps. [Demo App]


🎈 New Streamlit creators

We welcomed our three newest Streamlit Creators in January: Johannes Rieke, Tyler Richards, and Christian Klose - read more about them here.

Podcasts and articles written by the Streamlit team for your listening and reading pleasure.

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

Thanks for checking out this edition of the Monthly Rewind. If you'd like more frequent updates on what's happening in the community make sure to check out the Weekly Roundups.

Reach out to us on the forum with any questions or projects you're working on and follow our Twitter for the most up-to-date happenings.

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