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9th February 2022

Announcing Anvil's New Personal Plan

Today, we’re introducing our new, more affordable Personal Plan, and beefing up our Professional Plan! Super-power your Python development, whether you’re a hobbyist or a full-time pro.
2nd February 2022

CS In Schools

Australia is missing thousands of programmers. There will be over 100,000 new IT jobs created in Australia by 2024, but overwhelmingly Australians aren’t choosing to study Computer Science related subjects. CS In Schools is a charity aiming to tackle this problem at its source, partnering with schools to give young students positive formative experiences with coding.
27th of January 2022

Calling from your Browser using Twilio and Python

Easily make calls from you Browser using the Twilio API and nothing but Python
24th December 2021

Advent Calendar Roundup 3

It’s Christmas Eve and the last day of this year’s Anvil Advent Calendar!

This week, we created an app to virtually decorate your cookies, a game demonstrating the classic Monty Hall Problem, an AI powered chatbot, and a whole heap of other apps.

Take a look at all the apps that we made this week.

17th December 2021

Advent Calendar Roundup 2

We’re now over halfway to Christmas, and this year’s Anvil Advent Calendar is in full swing. This week, we extended the Random Carol app with a Skip button, upgraded the Wishlist app (again!), generated some AI Christmas greetings, and much more.
10th December 2021

Advent Calendar Roundup 1

We’re 10 days into the Advent Calendar. We made a Pachinko Christmas tree, a North Pole weather dashboard, and even got robots to write cards for us!

Take a look at all the apps that we made so far.

1st December 2021

First day of the Anvil Advent Calendar

We’re building a Python web app each day until Christmas. Join us on a festive Python adventure!
November 24th 2021

Announcing the 2021 Anvil Advent Calendar

Hear ye, hear ye, the Anvil Advent Calendar is here again!
18th November 2021

Using hardware tokens for two-factor authentication: how does it work?

Everyone has been extolling the virtue of two-factor authentication for years. But what is it, and how does it work? And what exactly does a hardware authentication token do?
12th November 2021

7Q1: Simplifying Supply Chains with AI

Supply chains can be incredibly complex and fragile. Events such as the Covid-19 pandemic and the Suez Canal blockage have a domino effect on supply chains and manufacturing. 7Q1 has built a tool for companies to quickly find the best fitting suppliers, so that they can easily adapt to changes in their supply chain.
28th October 2021

Magic Link Login: Simple, Easy and Secure

Passwords are so 2020 - let your users log in without them by using Magic Links!
13th October 2021

Mark.One: An AI for Smarter Baking

Bakeries waste tons of food every day because demand is extremely hard to predict. In this episode of Stories from the Workshop, Meredydd speaks to Mark Breuß who grew up in the bakery business and saw a need for software that uses data to help bakers make better decisions.