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PlutoUI.jl Alternatives

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PlutoUI.jl reviews and mentions

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  • Help With Next Language Decision
    6 projects | /r/Julia | 25 Sep 2022
    Pluto notebooks are distinct from Jupyter notebooks in that they are reactive:
  • Créer simplement un cluster k8s dans PhoenixNAP avec Rancher en quelques clics …
    7 projects | | 24 Apr 2022
    ubuntu@vm1:~$ curl -fsSL | sh - info: downloading installer Welcome to Julia! This will download and install the official Julia Language distribution and its version manager Juliaup. Juliaup will be installed into the Juliaup home directory, located at: /home/ubuntu/.juliaup The julia, juliaup and other commands will be added to Juliaup bin directory, located at: /home/ubuntu/.juliaup/bin This path will then be added to your PATH environment variable by modifying the profile files located at: /home/ubuntu/.bashrc /home/ubuntu/.profile Julia will look for a new version of Juliaup itself every 1440 seconds when you start julia. You can uninstall at any time with juliaup self uninstall and these changes will be reverted. ✔ Do you want to install with these default configuration choices? · Proceed with installation Now installing Juliaup Installing Julia 1.7.2+0 (x64). Julia was successfully installed on your system. Depending on which shell you are using, run one of the following commands to reload the the PATH environment variable: . /home/ubuntu/.bashrc . /home/ubuntu/.profile pkg> add Cloning git-repo `[`](`) Updating git-repo `[`](`) Resolving package versions... Installed Reexport ─────────────── v1.2.2 Installed IOCapture ────────────── v0.2.2 Installed AbstractPlutoDingetjes ─ v1.1.4 Installed JSON ─────────────────── v0.21.3 Installed Hyperscript ──────────── v0.0.4 Installed FixedPointNumbers ────── v0.8.4 Installed HypertextLiteral ─────── v0.9.3 Installed Parsers ──────────────── v2.3.0 Installed ColorTypes ───────────── v0.11.0 Updating `~/.julia/environments/v1.7/Project.toml` [7f904dfe] + PlutoUI v0.7.38 `[`](`) Updating `~/.julia/environments/v1.7/Manifest.toml` [6e696c72] + AbstractPlutoDingetjes v1.1.4 [3da002f7] + ColorTypes v0.11.0 [53c48c17] + FixedPointNumbers v0.8.4 [47d2ed2b] + Hyperscript v0.0.4 [ac1192a8] + HypertextLiteral v0.9.3 [b5f81e59] + IOCapture v0.2.2 [682c06a0] + JSON v0.21.3 [69de0a69] + Parsers v2.3.0 [7f904dfe] + PlutoUI v0.7.38 `[`](`) [189a3867] + Reexport v1.2.2 [a63ad114] + Mmap [2f01184e] + SparseArrays [10745b16] + Statistics Precompiling project... 10 dependencies successfully precompiled in 23 seconds (24 already precompiled)
  • Ask HN: What's the best platform for technical writing in 2022?
    8 projects | | 3 Apr 2022
    I realize that, and there may be no rational reason for you to switch to a setup like mine. But, aside from avoiding such things a Wordpress exploits, my approach turned out to have other advantages. Over the years I added to my knowledge and taught myself how to provide things other than static files. Today my readers can use gnuplot in a Jupyter notebook, and interactive Pluto¹ notebooks backed by Julia running on a VPS. No canned solution exists for this, and in fact I had to work with the Pluto developers to iron out some kinks. This is only possible because I have total control over the servers. If you know will only ever want to serve static files, there are simpler options (with potential pitfalls). But those options are also limiting, in case one day you want to do something unusual.


  • Data Visualization Techniques With Julia
    2 projects | /r/Julia | 27 Aug 2021
    When you are using Pluto ( ) instead of Juypter you can very easily combine plots with reactive UI elements (like sliders, selectors, etc. - see ) to allow interactive exploration of data.
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