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IFrame widgets for JupyterLab

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jupyterlab_iframe

Open a site in a widget, or add a set of "quicklinks".

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Install

pip install jupyterlab_iframe
jupyter labextension install jupyterlab_iframe
jupyter serverextension enable --py jupyterlab_iframe

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Example

install the server extension, and add the following to jupyter_notebook_config.py

c.JupyterLabIFrame.iframes = ['list', 'of', 'sites']
c.JupyterLabIFrame.welcome = 'a site'

In this example, list, of, and sites will be available as links in the command palette, and a site will open by default the first time JupyterLab is opened.

Caveats

Update for version v0.0.12 - Most of these are covered by #31

This package uses iframes, so is subject to a few restrictions: - If Jlab is served over SSL, so must the sites (http/https must match) - If the underlying site enforces same-origin, then we cannot navigate to them (e.g. google)

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