Mercury widgets - a new way to make interactive webapp from Jupyter Notebook
Room: Saphire A - Python
Time: 15:00 - 15:25
Have you ever wanted to share Jupyter Notebook with non-technical users? Mercury is a new way to add widgets to a notebook and share it with non-programmers. You can easily build a dashboard, reports, web app, interactive slides, or REST API. Mercury allows you to add widgets to Jupyter Notebook. After the widget change, all cells below the widget are reexetuted with a new widget value. This simple execution model allows converting any Jupyter Notebook into an interactive web application. You can easily create a dashboard or presentation (slides in presentations can be recomputed during the show with values provided with widgets). What is more, Mercury allows schedule automatic execution easily. The framework has a built-in authentication module so that notebooks can be shared publicly or restricted with a password. Mercury is an open-source framework.
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