how do you connect a javascript app to a jupyterhub kernel? – Python jupyterhub

We want to embed a notebook type thing in our app but @nteract/notebook-app-component is not finished, jupyterlab is heavy and takes over the whole screen, thebelab is also heavy (1.6Mb) … these solutions don’t work for a simple web app to embed a notebook kernel right now

How do you connect a javascript app to a jupyterhub kernel?

This might be a nice docs improvement. We can handle the ui easily, but it’s not clear how to connect to the remote kernel.

Asked Jun 3 ’19 at 20:54

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it looks cool but no, we wish to allow users to edit text areas in html and send the contents to a remote kernel. Like a super minimal jupyter notebook cell built only with javascript/html/css

Answered Jun 03 ’19 at 23:12

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is it possible to interact with kernels via the REST service?

Answered Jun 04 ’19 at 12:40

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I’m closing this as it’s quite old and it’s a support issue. If you’re still having problems please post on the Jupyter Community Forum. Thanks!

Answered Feb 17 ’21 at 21:37

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