A Jupyter extensions that turns notebooks into web applications, with modifications for AiiDA lab.
A Jupyter extensions that turns notebooks into web applications.
Try it live
Click the binder badge to try it live without installing anything. This will take you directly to the "app" version of the notebook.
If you use
conda, you can install it as:
conda install --channel conda-forge appmode
If you use
pip, you can install it as:
pip install appmode jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix appmode jupyter serverextension enable --py --sys-prefix appmode
If you want to use mybinder add the following
environment.yml file to your repository:
channels: - conda-forge dependencies: - appmode
Appmode consist of a server-side and a notebook extension for Jupyter. Together these two extensions provide the following features:
One can view any notebook in appmode by clicking on the Appmode button in the toolbar. Alternatively one can change the url from
baseurl/apps/foo.ipynb. This also allows for direct links into appmode.
When a notebook is opened in appmode, all code cells are automatically executed. In order to present a clean UI, all code cells are hidden and the markdown cells are read-only.
A notebook can be opened multiple times in appmode without interference. This is achieved by creating temporary copies of the notebook for each active appmode view. Each appmode view has its dedicated ipython kernel. When an appmode page is closed the kernel is shutdown and the temporary copy gets removed.
To allow for passing information between notebooks via url parameters, the current url is injected into the variable
Server Side Configuration
Appmode adds the following configuration options:
Appmode.trusted_pathRun only notebooks below this path in Appmode. Default: No restrictions.
Appmode.show_edit_buttonShow Edit App button during Appmode. Default: True.
Appmode.show_other_buttonsShow other buttons, e.g. Logout, during Appmode. Default: True.
Client Side Customization
The UI elements of Appmode can be customized via the custom.js file. Some examples are:
$('#appmode-leave').hide(); // Hides the edit app button. $('#appmode-busy').hide(); // Hides the kernel busy indicator. $('#appmode-loader').append('<h2>Loading...</h2>'); // Adds a loading message.
Beware that hiding the edit button does not prevent users from leaving Appmode by changing the URL manually.
With the included Dockerfile a development environment can be quickly created:
- Install Docker.
- git clone this repository
docker build --tag appmode_dev ./
docker run --init -ti -p8888:8888 appmode_dev
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