Arrhythmic Arrhenius

@rgbkrk rgbkrk released this Feb 9, 2017 · 2752 commits to master since this release

Summary

This is our third to last alpha with massive stability improvements. πŸ› 

Bonus: we've begun the process of exporting some of our modules as packages for use in other applications. Stay tuned or get involved!

Installers

Disclaimer

The only bundled kernel is JavaScript. To detect your current python kernel you will need to run

python -m ipykernel install --user

at the command line.

Gratitude

This release wouldn't be as amazing without all the wonderful contributors over the past month. This version of the notebook is looking good and much more stable than before.

People who contributed to this release:

  • Safia Abdalla
  • Jurmarcus Allen
  • Alexander Booth
  • John Detlefs
  • Lukas Geiger
  • Tim Head
  • Paul Ivanov
  • Kyle Kelley
  • Jarmo Kivekas
  • Christie Koehler
  • Joshua Kornblum
  • Ryan Laytham
  • Peggy Rayzis
  • David Siegel
  • Aru Singh

Bots who contributed to this release:

  • Greenkeeper
  • Codecov

Features

pdf-export

Map of US Airports in nteract

  • Bundled ijavascript kernel! (#1339)

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  • Show the display_name of a kernel in the status bar (#1351)

Bug fixes πŸ›

  • Improved Linux Packaging (#1299, #1304)
  • Status bar now updates when execution state changes (#1292)
  • Hide scrollbars (#1293)
  • Indenting with tabs fixed (#1305, #1424, #1433)
  • Improved Geo Tile decision making (#1308, #1426)
  • Toolbar updates with cell change (#1318)
  • Kernel launching cleaned up, runs by spec (#1264, #1338
  • Hack around missing remote issue in Electron (#1362)
  • Swap location of sticky and delete buttons to reduce likelihood of hitting delete instead of run (#1368)
  • So. Much. Flow. (#1296, #1332, #1335, #1336, #1337, #1344, #1343, #1345, #1348, #1372, #1374, #1373, #1382)
  • Markdown cells now compliant (#1315)
  • Slightly hidden models experiment, open an issue or chat with us to play with it πŸ˜‰ (#1313)
  • When converting a code cell to a markdown cell, it stays in edit mode for you (#1409)
  • Pressing the down arrow when at the bottom of the notebook creates new cells based on what the prior cell is (#1435)

Announcing new packages

We've begun shipping React components and libraries from the innards of the Electron app so that separate applications can be built with these, including a web version of nteract (for example, check out commuter). (#1443, #1440). Some of the packages include: