Happy New Year Plotly Community,
The Plotly team wants to wish you a happy 2022, and a year of much valuable time with family and friends. Of course, 2022 would not be the same without your beautiful Dash creations Therefore, we wish you a year full of Plotly learning opportunities, with many creations of powerful apps and awesome data visualizations. We hope that you continue to grow within our community, learn, share your insights, and help others.
As community members, you are the heart of Plotly, and it is because of you and your contributions to people in the community that Dash has become the leading standard for AI & data science apps.
So thank you. Thank you for all the questions you ask, for all the questions you solve, for all the 's you give others, for all the posts and topics created, and for sharing your creations with others.
As most of you may know by now, I am proud to announce that I am the new Plotly Community Manager. As part of my role, I am here to support all of you in learning and creating with Dash as well as making this Forum a vibrant community, where we help each other out.
In case you haven’t heard, here’s a taste of what’s coming in early 2022:
- Release of Dash 2.1 Same App, Less Code: component shorthands and components as IDs
- Dash /pages - A new Dash method of creating multi-page apps
- Dash Ambassador Program for community members that would like to focus on certain Dash open-source projects
As Dash developers, your feedback helps pave a path for past, present, and future developments. So, in thinking of 2022 enhancements, we would love to hear what you would like to see. How would you like to see Dash and Plotly grow next year? What would you like to see developed (Please share your thoughts below )?
Finally, to finish the year with a bang, here are some amazing apps and articles by the community.
- Materials Explorer
- Comparing Electoral Systems
- Lights with Plotly
- BMI Calculator
- Cryptocurrency dashboard using Plotly
To see additional inspirational apps, many of which are open-source, see our Dash Gallery. And of course, we would love to see more of your cool app creations; to share your apps with the community, just post them on our show-and-tell tag.