Juno 1.3 adds Binder integration

Feb 4, 2019. | By: Alex Staravoitau

Juno 1.3 is out now, bringing a whole bunch of new features and bug fixes! Juno now supports Binder, a service for launching git repositories with notebooks as executable Jupyter environments: you can specify a GitHub or GitLab repo containing Jupyter notebooks you would like to run, and it will be launched as a temporary Jupyter server in Juno.

Juno demo notebooks

Other changes include:

Juno and Juno Pro

Juno is still available for free, with an optional in-app purchase to unlock Juno Pro if you want to connect to an arbitrary Jupyter server, or use your cloud computing service account — you only purchase it once for all of your devices! However, I did my best to make free version of Juno fun as well: you can play with introductory notebooks on Jupyter, Python, NumPy, Matplotlib and SciPy right out of the box without paying anything, those notebooks will be launched on a temporary server just for you using Binder service. I plan to keep adding new intoductory notebooks in order to keep things interesting. 🙂

Juno Needs Your Support

I honestly hope that Juno turns out to be a good fit for your workflow and that you find it useful. If you like Juno, keep in mind that there are many ways to support its development and keep it going:

Download Juno on AppStore