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Datalayer 0.1.0 Basic

Datalayer 0.1.0 Basic is released on August 11, 2023 and is the first combined release of some of the Datalayer OSS (Open Source Software) components. Datalayer 0.1.0 delivers Datalayer Core 0.0.4, Jupyter React 0.6.1, Jupyter Viewer 0.0.4, Clouder 0.0.4, Primer Addons 0.1.0 and Icons 0.1.0.

BASIC, Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, is a family of general-purpose, high-level programming languages designed for ease of use. The original version was created by John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz at Dartmouth College in 1963. They wanted to enable students in non-scientific fields to use computers. At the time, nearly all computers required writing custom software, which only scientists and mathematicians tended to learn.


Release Notes

Datalayer 0.0.4

The Datalayer package provides core implementations to other Datalayer packages. It contains base application classes and configuration inherited by other projects.

Clouder 0.0.4

Initial skeleton to create, manage and share Kubernetes clusters.

Icons 0.1.0

Collection of React.js icons useful at Datalayer, covering Jupyter, Kubernetes and other ecosystems.

The icons are also shipped as LabIcon objects, ready-to use icons in JupyterLab.

Datalayer Icons

Primer Addons 0.1.0

Additional components for the @primer/react toolkit.

  • Card
  • ClosableFlash
  • Slider
  • Toolbar
Primer React Addons

Primer RJSF 0.0.8

Primer React binding for React JSON Schema Form.

RJSF Primer Codesanbox

Jupyter React 0.6.1

A set of React.js components that allow a frontend/webapp developer to build data products compatible with the Jupyter ecosystem.

Jupyter UI Gallery

Jupyter Viewer 0.0.4

NbViewer is built on top of the GitHub nbviewer repository and has been an attraction point for many data scientists since years.

Datalayer Jupyter Viewer takes over the concept of easy visualisation and brings it to the Web application developers with React.js components.

Jupyter Viewer