I’m an engineering consultant who wants to make computational tools for my clients.
I found Streamlit online and it looks really promising. I just had some questions before I dive into it.
I’m very new to all this web dev stuff so sorry for the dumb questions.
- My simulations require a lot of resources (2 GB RAM and runs can last up to 48 hours). Am I able to configure how much RAM my app has on Streamlit Cloud, and can I run my apps for more than the 15mins timeout I saw on other posts?
- How can I monetize my app with a paywall? I want to charge my clients to use my apps. I saw some posts suggest some workarounds, but has this been supported natively now?
- I was looking at some alternatives to Streamlit and my co-worker had suggested https://mecsimcalc.com to me. Has anyone tried this before and know how it differs from Streamlit?
Thanks for your help!
Here is a comparison between Streamlit and Mecsimcalc:
In regards to
Community Cloud is great for trying out new ideas, as the need for compute resource becomes inevitable, it may be necessary to graduate from a community resource to a dedicated pay instance. Please check out the Docs for detailed tutorial on deploying your own instance
Thank you very much @willhuang @dataprofessor, it looks like with a bit of extra work, it is possible! But I’m a civil engineer in training, so using Github for st-paywall and Docker/Kubernetes for my own instance, might be above my paygrade.
Thank you so much @Samer_Adeeb, I didn’t see this before. After reading this, MecSimCalc looks very promising for my use case, I’ll give it a try!
Perhaps you can look into optimizing the performance, these article/blog may be helpful:
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