Build and Deploy Data Apps in Minutes
Visualise and Share Data with only Python
Founder, LETU Mongolia
Turn Python Notebooks into Web Apps
It’s simple to build a front end for your existing notebooks. Easily connect your Python code to your Anvil app with the Uplink and use the drag-and-drop designer to build a UI. Learn how to turn a Google Colab notebook into a web app or watch the video below to see how simple it is to deploy a machine learning model from a Jupyter Notebook:
Assistant Professor, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
Build Interactive Apps on the Web
Use your Python skills to build smarter dashboards and data visualisation tools. Import, process and visualise data all inside Anvil, all with Python. There are no limits – Anvil is a full-sized application platform!
See how it’s done: Try our Building a Dashboard in Python tutorial.
The Best Tool for Turning Data Science into Web Apps
Anvil is simple enough for beginners but powerful enough for professional devlopers. Get started with a tutorial or read our documentation to learn more about what you can build. With Anvil, you have the power to:
- Ship apps with a single click: Publish your apps online with one click. Or keep them private for just your colleagues. Either way, there’s nothing extra to install – your app is available right away.
- Manage databases: Using Anvil’s built-in database means querying and editing data with no-nonsense Python statements.
- Collaborate with colleagues: With Anvil, git version control is built in. Create branches, commit your changes and merge them without fear.
- Install Anvil on your own server: You need to keep your data within your own network? No problem. See here for more information, or email email@example.com to set up a trial.
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Find out more
Anvil is a powerful data science platform. Check out these articles and tutorials to see for yourself:
Tutorial: Build a data dashboard
Plot data using client-side Python code and deploy it online for others to see.
Turning a Jupyter notebook into a web app
Plotting in Python: Comparing the Options
Which should you choose? We explore 7 libraries you can use in Anvil.