What are the future plans for Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps?

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What are the future plans for Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps?

Alejandro Penzini Answered question October 20, 2023
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Snowflake is committed to making Streamlit the best platform for building and deploying data apps. Snowflake is investing in developing new features and enhancements for Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps, such as:

Improved performance: Snowflake is working to improve the performance of Streamlit apps deployed to Snowflake Native Apps. This will make Streamlit apps more responsive and faster to load.
Better security: Snowflake is working to improve the security of Streamlit apps deployed to Snowflake Native Apps. This will include adding new features such as role-based access control and auditing.

In addition to these new features and enhancements, Snowflake is also working to improve the overall experience of using Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps. This includes making it easier to develop, deploy, and manage Streamlit apps.

Here are some specific examples of future plans for Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps:

Integrated version control and CI/CD support: Snowflake is working on integrating version control and CI/CD systems into Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps. This will make it easier for developers to manage their Streamlit apps and deploy them to production.
Support for custom components: Snowflake is working on adding support for custom components in Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps. This will give developers more flexibility in how they design and build their Streamlit apps.

Snowflake is excited about the future of Streamlit in Snowflake Native Apps. Snowflake believes that Streamlit has the potential to revolutionize the way that data apps are built and deployed. Snowflake is committed to investing in Streamlit and making it the best platform for building and deploying data apps.

Alejandro Penzini Answered question October 20, 2023
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