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Streamlit is an easy-to-use library for Python that simplifies the process. ... On the left-hand panel, click the green New button next to where it says Repositories. Create a name for your repository. {yourname}-churn-app should be fine. For me, it would be sadrach-churn-app.
Route to specific pages in Streamlit. This leverages the use of query parameters to make custom routes in your Streamlit application. For best experience, make sure to include the st.cache function decorator while initializing the Router object. @st.cache(allow_output_mutation=True, hash_funcs={"_thread.RLock": lambda _: None}) def
Hi, I try to use a physical button in GPIO, to do an action in my Streamlit app, but I don't find any solution, and I'm not sure how to do that, and I don't want to use Flask i m not pro and have difficulty to understand, Can anyone help me ?
Part three of the Shorts series on Streamlit's core functions is on making radio buttons! 🔘📖 Read more on the forum: https://discuss.streamlit.io/t/streaml...
Generally, there are various ways to execute Streamlit web apps, including in Google Colab, from your command prompt or Jupyter Notebook. Run Streamlit applications on command prompt Assuming you have created your application and saved it as a script in a file named yourfile.py, the application can be executed as shown below.
You can download the files from a Streamlit app as well. You need to first encode the data in base 64 format and then decode it using base64.b64encode (<file>.encode ()).decode () Finally, we create the filename in the required format and create a download link using <a href> tag with specified base64 data as shown below.