I’m currently transitioning a script to work as a multipage app now that we have support for pages right within streamlit - hooray!
With this new model, I’d like to be able to programmatically redirect a user back away from a page that’s not ready for them yet - this could be because they haven’t authenticated, or it might be that they haven’t uploaded data etc on a previous page.
Suppose I have …
. ├── pages │ ├── 01_uploader.py │ ├── 02_viewer.py │ └── etc └── streamlit_app.py
… and the user visits
<myurl>/viewer (they may have bookmarked this, perhaps) without having previously been to
<myurl>/uploader. I can easily enough make the page display nothing, but what’s the
streamlit-y way to programmatically redirect them back to
<myurl> or to
<myurl>/uploader without causing a complete script re-run and a loss of session state?