Preparing app code that works locally into code that will run on Dash Enterprise
Initialize an app via Dash Enterprise UI.
Deploy Dash Apps to the Dash Enterprise using HTTPS or SSH. Start with a sample app or deploy your existing app.
Ensure that your app meets all the requirements for deployment and learn how to customize the Docker images.
Learn how to include custom CSS, JS, and images with the
Install and configure system dependencies such as database drivers or the Java JRE environment.
Learn about the Dash App Portal.
Manage users in the Admin Panel.
Learn about Dash App privacy and how to manage collaborators.
Create and link an in-memory database to your Dash Apps.
Environment variables are commonly used to store secret variables like database passwords.
Directory mappings allow you to make directories on the Dash Enterprise available to your app.
Learn how to setup CI pipelines for Dash Enterprise
Use a staged Dash App to test changes before updating your production Dash App.
Review Apps allow you to automatically deploy staged Dash Apps on pull requests, enabling you to preview changes before they are merged into production.
There are two methods to deploy Dash Apps: HTTPS and SSH. We recommend getting started with the HTTPS method. In this section, you’ll learn more about deploying with SSH.
A list of commands to manage Dash apps and services using the command line.
dash-enterprise-auth to manage user authentication data.
Install private python packages in your Dash Apps.
Add a task queue to your Dash Apps.
Learn how to manage external database connections, perform queries with Dash callbacks, and maintain SQL best practices.
View app analytics such as last updated, CPU usage, Memory Usage, and more.
Check your Dash App’s logs via the Dash Enterprise
UI or via the command line.
Common errors when deploying Dash Apps.
Having trouble deploying your app? Our dedicated support team is available to help you out.