New in Datalore: Publishing service and IPython kernel support
We’re excited to announce a new feature for publishing your notebooks. We’ve also added support for the IPython kernel.
In Datalore you can share your notebook and get a link in seconds. Your work should be as easy to share as a web page.
To share, simply click Publish in the Datalore toolbar, or visit view.datalore.io and upload your workbook manually.
Alternatively, you can work with your Jupyter notebooks in PyCharm and give your teammates real-time access to your notebooks through the bundled Datalore plugin. Learn more in the PyCharm documentation.
Check out all of these features online at datalore.io and let us know what you think!
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