Our emphasis this month was on "code tentacles", or improving the ways that Roboflow integrates with your codebase. Below is a recap of what we launched and improved. Rewind to last month's (September 2021) changelog for a recap of earlier releases.
- Released our REST API with the aim of eventually allowing you to perform any action you can currently do in Roboflow's web UI with code.
- Launched our PIP package which makes it dead simple to use Roboflow's APIs in your Python scripts or Jupyter notebooks.
- Added a new streamlined pathway for custom notebook users.
- Improved the team invitation flow.
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healthroutes to the edge inference server.
- Updated Zero Shot Object Tracking with YOLOv4 support.
- Backend work to support upcoming OCR and CLIP tie-ins.
- Prep work for a new deployment target launching soon.
- Launched on Product Hunt.
- Added backend tools to make it easier to find and highlight projects.
- Launched creator profile pages.
- Added serverside rendering for pretty share links.
- Featured 7 new projects.
- Announced our Series-A fundraise.
- Partnered with Ultralytics on YOLOv5.
- Opened several new job listings (come help us democratize computer vision!)
- 18 bug fixes
- 13 blog posts
- 8 YouTube videos
- Presentations: Streamlit logo detection webinar, OpenCV active learning webinar
- Featured in/at: VentureBeat, Hackaday, Scott Belsky Newsletter, Axios, Craft, Clay and Milk, BBC.co.uk, Callin, OAK-D-Lite Kickstarter, TAI
- User projects: water bottle fill level, self driving racecar, satellite component recognition, weed killing flamethrower robot, shellfish behavior monitoring, autonomous vehicle competition, smart fridge, robot identification, dog detection, blackjack strategy