jupyverse is experimental and should not be used in place of jupyter-server, which is the official Jupyter server.
A set of FPS plugins implementing a Jupyter server.
Motivation for Experimental Server
For the motivations behind this project, please refer to this issue in the Jupyter server team compass.
pip install jupyverse[jupyterlab]
Note: at this stage of development, it is preferable to install from sources (see below).
Clone this repository and install the needed plugins:
pip install -e .[jupyterlab] --no-deps pip install -e plugins/jupyterlab pip install -e plugins/contents pip install -e plugins/kernels pip install -e plugins/terminals pip install -e plugins/nbconvert pip install -e plugins/yjs pip install -e plugins/auth # you should also install the latest FPS: pip install git+https://github.com/jupyter-server/fps # if you want RetroLab instead of JupyterLab: # pip install -e .[retrolab] --no-deps # pip install -e plugins/retrolab # ...
jupyverse --open-browser --authenticator.mode=noauth
This will open a browser at http://127.0.0.1:8000 by default, and load the JupyterLab front-end. You have full access to the API, without restriction.
With token authentication
jupyverse --open-browser --authenticator.mode=token
This is the default mode, and it corresponds to Jupyter Server's token-based authentication.
With user authentication
jupyverse --open-browser --authenticator.mode=user
We provide a JupyterLab extension for authentication, that you can install with:
pip install git+https://github.com/davidbrochart/jupyverse-auth
You can currently authenticate as an anonymous user, or using a GitHub account.
With collaborative editing
jupyverse --open-browser --JupyterLab.collaborative=true
This is especially interesting if you are "user-authenticated", since your will appear as the identity you chose for authentication.