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(Kamal4493) #1

In our company, we are using the prodigy tool for annotating text and images.
I would like to know if its possible to build a web application similar to live demo (on prodigy website) which contains a list of options that the user can select and the corresponding view-id is displayed to the user.
For example
one use case is that the user can select for example (dogs/cats/horses) from a dropdown menu on the left and the corresponding images are shown from their respective folders.


(Ines Montani) #2

Hi! Here are two threads where I explain a few more details on why Prodigy is designed to use separate processes for different tasks and why switching between different streams and interfaces in the browser like that only really works for a demo:

That said, if you’re mostly interested in having a quick way to start a different task from the browser without having to go back to the command line, you could write a mini app that lets the user select a pre-defined configuration (e.g. “horses on dataset A”), spins up the Prodigy server in the background and returns the URL to the annotation app (or redirects the user).

You might also be interested in Prodigy Scale, our new upcoming project, which includes multi-user functionality, plus a whole bunch of other features. See here for details: