DestinationProject

Introduction

DestinationProject widget in Supervisely provides several options for selecting the destination project and dataset when transferring data. Users can choose between creating a new project or selecting an existing project, as well as creating a new dataset or selecting an existing dataset within the project. DestinationProject also includes an input field where users can enter the name of the destination project or dataset when creating a new one. This flexibility allows users to easily manage and organize their projects and datasets within the platform.

Function signature

DestinationProject(
    workspace_id=654,
    project_type="videos",
    widget_id=None,
)

Parameters

workspace_id

Workspace ID

type: int

destination = DestinationProject(workspace_id=435)

project_type

Determine project type available for selection

type: ProjectType

default value: ProjectType.IMAGES

destination = DestinationProject(
    workspace_id=435,
    project_type=sly.ProjectType.IMAGES,
)

widget_id

ID of the widget

type: str

default value: None

Methods and attributes

Mini App Example

You can find this example in our Github repository:

supervisely-ecosystem/ui-widgets-demos/selection/011_destination_project/src/main.py

Import libraries

import os

import supervisely as sly
from dotenv import load_dotenv
from supervisely.app.widgets import Button, Card, Container, DestinationProject, Text

Init API client

First, we load environment variables with credentials and init API for communicating with Supervisely Instance:

load_dotenv("local.env")
load_dotenv(os.path.expanduser("~/supervisely.env"))

api = sly.Api()

Get workspace_id from environment variables

workspace_id = sly.env.workspace_id()

Initialize DestinationProject widget

destination = DestinationProject(
    workspace_id=workspace_id,
    project_type=sly.ProjectType.IMAGES,
)

Create Button, Text widgets we will use in UI for demo

button = Button()
text_project_id = Text()
text_project_name = Text()
text_dataset_id = Text()
text_dataset_name = Text()

Create app layout

Prepare a layout for app using Card widget with the content parameter and place widget that we've just created in the Container widget.


container = Container(
    widgets=[
        button,
        text_project_id,
        text_project_name,
        text_dataset_id,
        text_dataset_name,
    ]
)

card = Card(
    "Destination Project",
    content=Container([destination, container]),
)

layout = Container(widgets=[card])

Create app using layout

Create an app object with layout parameter.

app = sly.Application(layout=layout)

Add functions to control widgets from code

@button.click
def get_destination():
    text_project_id.text = f"project_id: {destination.get_selected_project_id()}"
    text_project_name.text = f"project_name: {destination.get_project_name()}"
    text_dataset_id.text = f"dataset_id: {destination.get_selected_dataset_id()}"
    text_dataset_name.text = f"dataset_name: {destination.get_dataset_name()}"

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