[BangPypers] Jupyter Support in Django App

Chillar Anand anand21nanda at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 11:06:47 EDT 2016

When you start a notebook from a system, only you will be able to access it.
However, you can configure the notebook to allow clients from any IP to
connect to it.
Once that is done, you can embed them into your site using an iframe.

Note that you are giving access to live python shell. Make sure you are
notebook in an isolated environment before providing acess to your users.

Chillar Anand

On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 4:17 PM, Raghav <ragbadaskar at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all-
> I need some advice on embedding Jupyter Notebook into my Django
> application. Something similar to Kaggle Notebooks. Kaggle allows you to
> spin a custom notebook in browser.
> We too want users to spin their own notebooks for different experiments.
> I've seen django-extensions and shell_plus but this just adds Jupyter app
> to the django application.
> Can someone help me with understanding a broad approach? Thanks in advance.
> Raghav
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