I am new to Dash, and am really enjoyed learning it.
One difficulty I have found is navigating some of the documentation.
For instance, the html.h1() method accepts the “style” argument. The documentation doesn’t mention or provide a link to the documentation for style to show what arguments it accepts and what fonts I can use (Never done any frontend development)
I know this is quite basic, like color or font, but It would be nice to see the documentation for it?
Maybe I have misunderstood as style is basically ANY css code, for instance anything from the documentation here:
Next I was wondering if someone could provide advice on the styling approach I am considering for quick /nice results:
I came across dash-bootstrap-components, and was quite interested in their themes.
Step 1: Use one of their themes by importing this into the assets folder
Step 2: Create the following folder to override aspects from the theme I want to change:
Step 3: Use the style argument for further customization.
Please let me know if this seems like a reasonable approach and if there are any better approaches for beautiful layouts and clean code.
Finally, I liked dash-bootstrap-components layout functionality, where you can use rows and columns to organize your dashboards. From proffesionals/experts using dash, what’s your thoughts on this feature and how do you generally design and layout your dashboards.
I am a Data Scientist and mainly uses PowerBI, and want to master Dash and show my company how this can be a better alternative for Data Science/ML projects. If there are any “best practices” for production level dash aside from the documentation please let me know.