Feature tutorials

Multi-User Applications with Anvil

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Displaying Data In Tables

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Generating PDFs with Python and Anvil

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HTTP APIs

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Running tasks in the background

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App Secrets

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The Material Design theme

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Stripe - Taking Payments

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Microsoft Services in Anvil

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Using code outside Anvil

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Guided app builds

Turning a Jupyter notebook into a web app

In this video tutorial, we take an ML model in a Jupyter notebook, and put a web front end on it so anyone can use it, using the Anvil Uplink.

Deploy Machine Learning to the Web with Deepnote and Anvil

In this tutorial, we deploy a machine-learning model entirely in the cloud! We deploy the model in a cloud-hosted Deepnote notebook, and use Anvil’s Uplink put a web front end on it so anyone can use it.

Deepnote is a new, slick data science notebook – it’s Jupyter-compatible, but running in the cloud with real-time collaboration. Check it out!

Turning a Google Colab notebook into a web app

In this tutorial, we take our work from a Google Colab notebook, and put a web front end on it so anyone can use it, using the Anvil Uplink.

An applicant tracking system with Trello's API

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to build an applicant tracking system (ATS) using Anvil and Trello.

You will learn how to integrate Anvil with other apps using APIs and webhooks, how to send emails from an Anvil app and how to store sensitive data like API keys and tokens.

Build a Slack Bot to Survive Quarantine with Board Games

We built a Slack bot to beat the pandemic boredom by scheduling virtual board games with our co-workers! Learn how to use Anvil and Slack’s API to build an interactive app that collects interest, schedules games with your team, and announces victories.

Building a web app with a local database

Learn how to build a web app using an existing database.