Warning, Streamlit collects a lot of data!

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  • Bit

    A tool for composable software development.

    I am a backend developer, but in my brief experience with JavaScript frameworks, these opt-out telemetry services are more common in the JS ecosystem. The one I came across most recently was Bit

  • pyvibe

    Generate styled HTML pages from Python

    If you want an alternative that doesn’t collect telemetry, you can try https://www.pyvibe.com

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  • voila

    Voilà turns Jupyter notebooks into standalone web applications

    i don't understand why everyone isn't just using voila. it's so much better than streamlit or gradio. but that's just my opinion i guess.

  • py-shiny

    Shiny for Python

  • streamlit

    Streamlit — A faster way to build and share data apps.

    Hey there, thank you for flagging this! I work for Streamlit and wanted to share some info on this. This info was also shared in this GitHub Issue which u/hurdahurimahuman linked to.

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