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Build Elegant Web Apps Right From Jupyter Notebook with Mercury
Jupyter Notebook to web app in no time.
Exploring and sharing data insights using Jupyter is quite common for data folks. Yet, an interactive app is better for those who don’t care about your code and are interested in your results.
While creating presentations is possible, it can be time-consuming. Also, one has to leave the comfort of a Jupyter Notebook.
Instead, try Mercury. It's an open-source tool that converts your jupyter notebook to a web app in no time. Thus, you can create the web app without leaving the notebook.
A quick demo is shown below:
What's more, all updates to the Jupyter Notebook are instantly reflected in the Mercury app.
In contrast to the widely-adopted streamlit, web apps created with Mercury can be:
Exported as PDF/HTML.
Showcased as a live presentation.
Secured with authentication to restrict access.
👉 Read my detailed blog on Mercury here: Mercury Medium Blog.
👉 Get started with Mercury here: Mercury GitHub.
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