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🚀 Sublime Text package for Python's data science package Streamlit with completion, build system, and documentation

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🚀 Sublime Streamlit

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Sublime Streamlit is a Sublime Text package for Python's Streamlit library, providing completion, build system, and documentation.

💻 Installation

The easiest way to install Sublime Streamlit is through Package Control. After it is enabled inside Sublime Text, open the command palette and find Package Control: Install Package and press ENTER. Then, find Streamlit in the list. Press ENTER again, and this package will be installed!

📈 Usage

Completion

Sublime Streamlit provides completion for all Streamlit commands. The full list of completions can be found in the streamlit.sublime-completions file.

Build

Sublime Streamlit adds a new build system, Streamlit, which uses streamlit run to run a Streamlit program.

Documentation

Sublime Streamlit has two commands for exploring Streamlit docs.

In a program, select a Streamlit command (example: st.write) and run the Streamlit: Doc command in the command palette to open the command's Streamlit documentation page in the browser.

To search for the documentation of a Streamlit command, run the Streamlit: Search Doc command in the command palette. Select the desired command to open its documentation page in the browser.