NB Anaconda Cloud
conda install -c conda-forge nb_anacondacloud anaconda login # optional, but recommended
Then, when you launch the Jupyter Notebook, you will see a "cloud upload" button in the toolbar. Press it, and after ensuring your credentials, you'll be able to click Publish.
The Summary and Thumbnail fields are currently only populated the first time you publish!
git clone https://github.com/Anaconda-Platform/nb_anacondacloud.git conda create -y -n nb_anacondacloud python conda install -y -n nb_anacondacloud -c conda-forge --file requirements.txt source activate nb_anacondacloud python setup.py develop npm install jupyter nbextension install nb_anacondacloud --py --sys-prefix --symlink jupyter nbextension enable nb_anacondacloud --py --sys-prefix jupyter serverextension enable nb_anacondacloud --py --sys-prefix jupyter notebook --no-browser
...the hard way
The tests can either be run with a mocked API (it won't hit the Anaconda Cloud API)...
npm run test
..or using your anaconda credentials, i.e. from
USE_ANACONDA_TOKEN=1 npm run test
NOTE This approach will test the package "for reals" by:
- (potentially) deleting a package called
- publishing a new package
- releasing a notebook in it
- releasing another notebook to it
Automated tests are run on Travis-CI and Appveyor.
- support notebook security fix introduced in notebook 4.3.1
- fix bad variable reference in environment name
- fix the attaching of the current environment
- update to
nb_conda_kernels2.0.0 (and actually depend on it)
- fix thumbnail uploading
- CI on Travis and Appveyor
- minor install fixes
- update to notebook 4.2
- handle environment uploads better with nb_conda_kernels