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Realtime Web Apps and Dashboards with H2O Wave

Episode #386, published Wed, Oct 19, 2022, recorded Mon, Oct 3, 2022

Python's data science and data visualization capabilities are certainly one of the reasons for Python's meteoric rise over the past 10 years. But often thens visuals have been corralled into notebooks used by data scientists themselves or into static web pages. Recently, a host of excellent dashboard build and hosting frameworks have come along to turn these visuals into interactive apps for everyone. On this episode, we'll talk about H20 Wave. One of these excellent dashboard frameworks. We have Martin Turoci from H2O.ai here to tell us about Wave.

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Martin TurĂ³ci on Twitter: @unusual_code
H20 Wave: wave.h2o.ai
H20 Wave Source: github.com
H20 Widgets: wave.h2o.ai
Hydrogen Torch: docs.h2o.ai

PyCharm H20 Wave Plugin: plugins.jetbrains.com
Testing with Playright episode: talkpython.fm/368
Hacktoberfest: hacktoberfest.com
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Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Martin Turoci
Martin Turoci
Martin is currently a software engineer at H2O.ai where he tries to democratize the UI web development and bring it closer to Python world by working on H2O Wave, a framework for building beautiful web apps and dashboards. Open-source enthusiast, vim lover and jack of all trades. Author of VScode and Jetbrains plugins for H2O Wave. In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife and family.
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