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Generate opyrator UIs and webservices and docker containers from python functions

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Generate opyrator UIs and webservices and docker containers from python functions

To install: pip install opyratorfront

What it's about


(From the readme of opyrator):

opyrator allows us to write code like this:

from pydantic import BaseModel

class Input(BaseModel):
    message: str

class Output(BaseModel):
    message: str

def hello_world(input: Input) -> Output:
    """Returns the `message` of the input data."""
    return Output(message=input.message)

Putting this in a file named and running

opyrator launch-ui my_opyrator:hello_world

from the command-line, we can get a web UI that looks like this:


Not only that, we can also get the underlying webservice, along with an openAPI specification of the latter, by doing this:

opyrator launch-api my_opyrator:hello_world

And more!


We have tools (namely py2dash and streamlitfront ) to get from a set of functions to a web UI.

Now streamlitfront, like opyrator, uses streamlit to make a UI from python, but streamlit doesn't provide a way to remove the UI concern and only use the underlying web-service independently. (Though there's interest in this.) opyrator not only offers that possibility, but also many other desirable "dispatches".

That said, opyrator doesn't come with all the boilerplate minimized multi-function get-from-python-functions-to-a-ui-wrapper stuff we'd want. So we made opyratorfront to try to get the best of both worlds.

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