flytekit.deck.Deck#

class flytekit.deck.Deck(name, html='')[source]#

Deck enable users to get customizable and default visibility into their tasks.

Deck contains a list of renderers (FrameRenderer, MarkdownRenderer) that can generate a html file. For example, FrameRenderer can render a DataFrame as an HTML table, MarkdownRenderer can convert Markdown string to HTML

Flyte context saves a list of deck objects, and we use renderers in those decks to render the data and create an HTML file when those tasks are executed

Each task has a least three decks (input, output, default). Input/output decks are used to render tasks’ input/output data, and the default deck is used to render line plots, scatter plots or markdown text. In addition, users can create new decks to render their data with custom renderers.

Warning

This feature is in beta.

iris_df = px.data.iris()

@task()
def t1() -> str:
    md_text = '#Hello Flyte##Hello Flyte###Hello Flyte'
    m = MarkdownRenderer()
    s = BoxRenderer("sepal_length")
    deck = flytekit.Deck("demo", s.to_html(iris_df))
    deck.append(m.to_html(md_text))
    default_deck = flytekit.current_context().default_deck
    default_deck.append(m.to_html(md_text))
    return md_text


# Use Annotated to override default renderer
@task()
def t2() -> Annotated[pd.DataFrame, TopFrameRenderer(10)]:
    return iris_df
Parameters
__init__(name, html='')[source]#
Parameters

Methods

__init__(name[, html])

append(html)

Attributes

html

name