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Hanukkah at Anvil - All Eight Apps, Assemble!
Celebrating Hanukkah at Anvil
Announcing the Anvil Advent Calendar 2020
Generating PDFs with Python and Anvil
Python objects speak for themselves
One reason Python is so usable is that you can find out precisely how anything works.
We’ll see how to find out how to use any module, even if it’s not documented.
Then we’ll use
dis to minutely examine exactly how Python executes a very small program.
🤰 Pregnancy tracking with the power of Emoji
Guess what? Anvil is 25% pregnant! So I made us a pregnancy tracker app that uses weekly emoji to tell you how big bb is.
Also included: weekly email updates, the fastest unsubscribe in the west, and more nerding out about due dates than would fit in one post…
Deploying Machine Learning with Deepnote and Anvil
Deepnote is a new, slick data science notebook. But even a slick notebook isn’t enough for non-programmers.
We’ll show you how to deploy a machine learning model with a web UI, using Anvil and Deepnote’s Jupyter-compatible, collaboration-friendly notebook.
Generating Edgar Allan Poe with GPT-2
To celebrate Halloween, read a mostly coherent and entirely machine-generated scary story in the style of Edgar Allan Poe.
And generate your own grim and haunting tale using the Anvil app!
New: Build Your Own Portable Objects
Plotting in Pygal
Pygal is an interesting Python plotting library because it produces pretty SVG plots with little effort.
Style comes to the forefront, and the SVG plots are convenient for embedding in a web app.
The Source Awakens: Classifying Star Wars ships with Deep Learning
Let’s build a deep learning framework in a Jupyter notebook to classify different kinds of ships from the Star Wars universe!
Then we can hook our notebook up to Anvil to share it with the world.