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Taipy Logo

Welcome to Taipy

PyPI PyPI

Turns Data and AI algorithms into full web applications in no time.

How? Taipy GUI with Taipy Core pops out as a 360° platform to build production-ready web applications



Open Source, 100% Python




📊 We make both ends meet ⚙️


TAIPY GUI - the frond-end TAIPY Core - the back-end
Taipy GUI Animation Taipy Core Animation


Installation

Open a terminal and run:

$ pip install taipy

You're all set! All aboard the Taipy journey 🚂


Community

Join our Discord to give us feedback, share your creations or just to have a chat with us.


Ready, Set, GUI

Tiny Taipy GUI Demo

from taipy import Gui

excitement_page = """
# Welcome to Taipy
## Getting started with Taipy GUI
### How excited are you to try Taipy?

<|{excitement}|slider|min=1|max=100|>

My excitement level: <|{excitement}|text|>
"""
excitement = 100

Gui(page=excitement_page).run()

RUN🏃🏽‍♀️

🎊 TA-DA! 🎊

GUI demo


Find out more

Check out our Getting Started and Documentation



EN-CORE?


Here is our filter function: a standard Python function that is used by the unique task in the scenario

def filter_genre(initial_dataset: pd.DataFrame, selected_genre):
    filtered_dataset = initial_dataset[initial_dataset['genres'].str.contains(selected_genre)]
    filtered_data = filtered_dataset.nlargest(7, 'Popularity %')
    return filtered_data

This is the execution graph of the scenario we are implementing

Taipy Core Graph

Taipy Studio - The easy peasy way

You can use the Taipy Studio extension in VSCode to configure your sequence with no code

GUI demo

Your configuration is automatically saved as a TOML file



Find out more

Check out our Getting Started and Documentation





Taipy Core - a walk on the code side

For more advanced use cases or if you prefer coding your configurations instead of using Taipy Studio, Taipy has your back!

Check out the movie genre demo scenario creation with this Demo




Find out more

Check out our Getting Started and Documentation




Front-end ➕ Back-end

Now, let's load this configuration and add a user interface on top for a 🎉FULL APPLICATION🎉

import taipy as tp
import pandas as pd
from taipy import Config, Scope, Gui

# TAIPY Core

# Filtering function - task
def filter_genre(initial_dataset: pd.DataFrame, selected_genre):
    filtered_dataset = initial_dataset[initial_dataset['genres'].str.contains(selected_genre)]
    filtered_data = filtered_dataset.nlargest(7, 'Popularity %')
    return filtered_data

# Load the configuration made with Taipy Studio
Config.load('config.toml')
scenario_cfg = Config.scenarios['scenario']

# Start Taipy Core service
tp.Core().run()

# Create a scenario
scenario = tp.create_scenario(scenario_cfg)


# TAIPY GUI
# Let's add Taipy GUI to our Taipy Core for a full application

# Callback definition - submits scenario with genre selection
def on_genre_selected(state):
    scenario.selected_genre_node.write(state.selected_genre)
    tp.submit(scenario)
    state.df = scenario.filtered_data.read()

# Get list of genres
genres = [
    'Action', 'Adventure', 'Animation', 'Children', 'Comedy', 'Fantasy', 'IMAX'
    'Romance','Sci-FI', 'Western', 'Crime', 'Mystery', 'Drama', 'Horror', 'Thriller', 'Film-Noir','War', 'Musical', 'Documentary'
    ]

# Initialization of variables
df = pd.DataFrame(columns=['Title', 'Popularity %'])
selected_genre = None

# User interface definition
my_page = """
# Film recommendation

## Choose your favorite genre
<|{selected_genre}|selector|lov={genres}|on_change=on_genre_selected|dropdown|>

## Here are the top seven picks by popularity
<|{df}|chart|x=Title|y=Popularity %|type=bar|title=Film Popularity|>
"""

Gui(page=my_page).run()

RUN🏃🏽‍♀️


🎊TA-DA!🎊

GUI demo




Contributing ⚒⚒

Want to help build Taipy? Check out our CONTRIBUTING.md file.

Code of conduct

Want to be part of the Taipy community? Check out our CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md file.

License

Copyright 2023 Avaiga Private Limited

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.