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Suggestions for GUI framework for an app to browse tables of data, with buttons and dropdown menus in cells? And some related PySimpleGui questions
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 7 Nov 2021
I've never used it, but someone suggested it in another thread, and it looked interesting to me, so I have it bookmarked to try-out: https://streamlit.io/
How to separate out back-end from front-end?
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 6 Nov 2021
Machine Learning: Django vs Flask
1 project | reddit.com/r/Python | 2 Nov 2021
Rolex October AD Update
2 projects | reddit.com/r/rolex | 29 Oct 2021
I’ve also been working with Streamlit to build a dashboard for the pricing data. I’m hoping to have it up and running soon.
An interactive web app for creating timelapse from GOES weather satellites
3 projects | reddit.com/r/gis | 28 Oct 2021
The app was built using streamlit, geemap, and Earth Engine. Go to https://streamlit.gishub.org and select "Create Timelapse" from the sidebar menu. See a video demo here.
An interactive web app for creating Landsat timelapse (1984-2021)
3 projects | reddit.com/r/gis | 25 Oct 2021
An interactive web app for creating timelapse of annual Landsat imagery (1984-2021) for any location around the globe. Built using streamlit, geemap, and Google Earth Engine. See a video demo here. Go to the app link below and select "Create Timelapse" from the left sidebar menu.
Sharing results with other people
2 projects | reddit.com/r/JupyterNotebooks | 11 Oct 2021
This might be a good place to use something like streamlit (https://streamlit.io/). Turn you notebook into a script, have them upload the file (or have them enter a network path). Run your code over the file, and return the file. Streamlit can run on your local machine, or on some other local machine, or streamlit can host it
[D] Anyone used Gradio or Streamlit before?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 7 Oct 2021
Re: my previous post on communicating your ML work effectively. Someone directed me to Gradio and Streamlit and I'm curious to know people's experience with it and how valuable they find it.
UPDATE: Hey guys, I took your suggestions and reviewed my Jina meme search project using Spacy
2 projects | reddit.com/r/PythonProjects2 | 29 Sep 2021
I built a free tool using open source Jina and Streamlit to look through memes. A lot of you told me about incorrect and irrelevant search results and taking your suggestions, I built it again using a more expansive data set and a new indexer, Spacy
what is the best way to showcase your visualization work (dashboard) to prospective employers?
1 project | reddit.com/r/datascience | 28 Sep 2021
Big list performance with React
1 project | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 26 Nov 2021
Since this is apparently a popular question and things have progressed since the original question was asked, while I do encourage you to watch the video linked above, in order to get a grasp of a virtual layout, I also encourage you to use the React Virtualized library if you do not want to re-invent the wheel.
React Hyper Scroller v3 released!
4 projects | dev.to | 24 Nov 2021
One thing to keep in mind is that React Hyper Scroller may not be the best for all use-cases. If it doesn't work for you, there are very cool alternatives like react-window, react-virtualized or react-virtual.
is react-virtualized still the go-to for a very basic virtual list?
1 project | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 23 Nov 2021
Is react-virtualized still good or is there anything newer with a hyper-simple API?
React Virtualization - react-window vs react-virtuoso
2 projects | dev.to | 26 Aug 2021
react-virtualized is the elder and bulkier brother (same author) of react-window. It contains more components, features, and has a much larger package size compared to the lighter react-window. The package comes with 2D components, features like infinite scroll, autosizer, etc.
How Does React Work? Brief History - PART 1
4 projects | dev.to | 12 Aug 2021
Of course, this is an example application built to show the problem. But we can quickly observe such pitfalls when the number of components grows in our real-world applications. Long and heavy lists are a perfect example here. It’s also why the helper libraries, like react-virtualized (or its lightweight version, react-window), emerged and gained noticeable popularity by supporting the framework. Those libraries are officially recommended on React docs pages.
⚛️ 25+ Top React UI Component Library.
13 projects | dev.to | 3 Aug 2021
15. React Virtualized
How can a table display only 10 results from an API get response?
1 project | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 19 Jul 2021
You can use a library like react-virtualized(https://github.com/bvaughn/react-virtualized) together with pagination in the server.
Scroll to element in list
1 project | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 20 May 2021
Just wondering if using the following might help https://github.com/bvaughn/react-virtualized/blob/master/docs/List.md
Super Simple List Virtualization in React with IntersectionObserver
2 projects | dev.to | 11 May 2021
Virtualisation is simple in theory, but a bit harder in practice. There are two commonly used React libraries for implementing virtualization - react-window and react-virtualized. Both of these libraries are maintained by Brian Vaughn, who is also a member of the core React team at Facebook.
Data driven Web Frontends....looking at React and beyond for CRUD
10 projects | reddit.com/r/datascience | 21 Apr 2021
> GraphQL and React seem to be really popular The combo Apollo + React works till you have less than 10K data points / 1 request. Afterwards you have to invent a ways how to a) reduce bandwidth; b) optimize performance in browser. React already has quite some ways to deal with in-browser performance, e.g. https://github.com/bvaughn/react-virtualized. As about Apollo... I have had some epic troubles with it when there are many JOINs / big payload, and ended up with Websockets in some cases and with REST in some other cases.
What are some alternatives?
react-lazyload - Lazy load your component, image or anything matters the performance.
PyWebIO - Write interactive web app in script way.
PySimpleGUI - Launched in 2018 Actively developed & supported. Supports tkinter, Qt, WxPython, Remi (in browser). Create custom GUI Windows simply, trivially with a full set of widgets. Multi-Window applications are also simple. Python 2.7 & 3 Support. 325+ Demo programs & Cookbook for rapid start. Extensive documentation. Examples using Machine Learning(GUI, OpenCV Integration, Chatterbot), Desktop Widgets (Rainmeter-like), Matplotlib + Pyplot integration, add GUI to command line scripts, PDF & Image Viewer. For both beginning and advanced programmers. docs - PySimpleGUI.org GitHub - PySimpleGUI.com. Create complex windows simply.
react-window - React components for efficiently rendering large lists and tabular data
superset - Apache Superset is a Data Visualization and Data Exploration Platform
react-list - :scroll: A versatile infinite scroll React component.
datapane - Datapane is the easiest way to create data science reports from Python.
wave - Realtime Web Apps and Dashboards for Python and R
panel - A high-level app and dashboarding solution for Python
react-infinite-grid - A React component which renders a grid of elements.