Jupyter Notebook as a Jupyter Server Extension.
Jupyter Notebook as a Jupyter Server Extension
NBClassic runs the Jupyter Notebook frontend on the Jupyter Server backend.
This project prepares for a future where JupyterLab and other frontends switch to Jupyter Server for their Python Web application backend. Using this package, users can launch Jupyter Notebook, JupyterLab and other frontends side-by-side on top of the new Python server backend.
Install from PyPI:
> pip install nbclassic
This will automatically enable the extension in Jupyter Server.
> jupyter nbclassic
Alternatively, you can run Jupyter Server and visiting the
> jupyter server
This project also includes an API for shimming traits that moved from
NotebookApp in to
ServerApp in Jupyter Server. This can be used by applications that subclassed
NotebookApp to leverage the Python server backend of Jupyter Notebooks. Such extensions should now switch to
ExtensionApp API in Jupyter Server and add
NBClassicConfigShimMixin in their inheritance list to properly handle moved traits.
For example, an application class that previously looked like:
from notebook.notebookapp import NotebookApp class MyApplication(NotebookApp):
should switch to look something like:
from jupyter_server.extension.application import ExtensionApp from nbclassic.shim import NBClassicConfigShimMixin class MyApplication(NBClassicConfigShimMixin, ExtensionApp):
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