[IPython-dev] output toggle for slideviewer

JGrif j.davidgriffiths at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 08:54:34 EST 2014

Cool, thanks for the info.

The new nbviewer stuff looks really handy.

...Although - and apologies for labouring the point - imho one of the best
things about nbviewer and slideviewer is the fact that they are in the
cloud, and so make it easy to share content with non-python people. Who are
(still..) in the majority. So just saying, cloud stuff would get my vote
for priority over local stuff in that area.  They broaden scope of the
'ecosystem'* considerably.

Anywayz, keep up the good work :)

*(sorry for the heinous commercial jarg..)

On 27 February 2014 11:48, Damián Avila [via Python] <
ml-node+s6n5048897h3 at n6.nabble.com> wrote:

> Hi John,
>> So I'm thinking maybe a flag, or a separate slideviewer url bar or even
>> separate website for input-removed slides, would be a really great
>> addition
>> to this tool.
> Slideviewer needs an update... it is currently running a very old version
> in Heroku.
> You can see the discussion here:
> https://github.com/ipython/nbviewer/issues/52
> BTW, I have an WIP experimental branch (beware, I have to rebase it),
> which implements slideviewer as a clone of the new nbviewer:
> https://github.com/ipython/nbviewer/pull/150
> So use can use it locally (is a python package) to render your slides
> without using nbconvert nor gh-pages...
> I will try work on it a little more and deploy it to Heroku...
> Regarding your idea about the "hide input" functionality, it is
> interesting and I can provide a way to do it without too much effort. I
> will take it into account.
> My final goal is a sweet integration of slideviewer into the official
> nbviewer app, but we need some things to be done first in nbviewer to
> finally integrate it (if the devs consensus want to have slideviewer as a
> part of nbviewer ;-)).
> Cheers.
> --
> Damián Avila
> Scientific Python Developer
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Centre for Speech, Language, and the Brain

Department of Experimental Psychology

University of Cambridge, UK

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