Bokeh can provide layouts, tabs, advanced tables and JS Callbacks in Streamlit!

After studying Panel and Bokeh for a couple of weeks I thought I would try out using Bokeh in Streamlit to create som Bokeh plots via st.bokeh_chart.

What I found surprised me. It turns out you can in fact use Bokeh plotting, layouts, some widgets like tables and tabs and JS Calbacks!.

And even more thought provoking. I think the Bokeh server can integrate well with Streamlit to get advanced Python Callbacks as well. And even more thought provoking. I think we could actually get Panel integrated as well! I just haven’t figured out how to do it yet :slight_smile:

Whether it’s a good thing I’ve discovered or it’s Pandoras Box I’ve opened I don’t yet know. What do you think?

Check out the example and code in the Gallery at awesome-streamlit.org

FYI. @pybokeh, @Adrien_Treuille, @thiago

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Just played with this @Marc. This is super interesting, and yes, awesome! :slight_smile:

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Please could you provide source code for this application? Or teach me how you do that, was amazing this tabs feature, wish it exists in streamlit itself and i wish to use that tab application.
i tried awesome-streamlit.org but doesn’t open here, i think the website has a problem.
Thanks!!

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@matthewsjones, all the codes are included on the awesome-streamlit site. try using https://awesome-streamlit.org instead. It only works for me if I include https in the url.

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omg thank you, the http tip worked here too :wink:

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Sir, can you pls provide our code that you have written. Because your app looks pretty nice, i want to explore the code and how you have written.
Thanks :slight_smile: :blush:

Hi @Ashdeep_Singh

You can find the code at awesome-panel.org :+1:

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@Marc panel integration with streamlit would be extremely useful, the most relevant example is in displaying large raster datasets. Holoviz/Datashader (with panel for live interactions) are best in class for this use case but it really requires to the client/server interactivity for it to work in a meaningful way.

In the meantime using bokeh to expand the layout capabilities of streamlit is genius

Unfortunately, example on Streamlit and Bokeh integration is now missing in awesome-streamlit.org project. Does anybody know any other examples?

It is not. In Navigation select Gallery, then in Select the App choose Bokeh Experiments.

@Goyo , thank you, haven’t noticed proper dropdown from the start.

@Marc Would you have a big picture in mind of the different client-side in-browser rendering solutions for charts / plots? Overview of the different interactive plot renderers in the browser (Javascript)