A new Livebook version arrives this Friday!
As we count down the days, we will share a sneak peek into what’s coming each day this week.
The first one is the brand new Presentation View, a feature that will be useful when you’re presenting a notebook.
Today’s sneak peek is of the initial Erlang support in Livebook!
Doctests inside Livebook are getting even better in v0.10!
Besides automatically executing them, doctests will be marked green or red in the gutter, and failure information will be shown right below them, inlined.
Take a look.
With Livebook 0.10, you’ll be able to easily export a dataframe to a CSV, NDJSON, or Parquet file. Here’s how it works:
And the main feature of this release: multi-session Livebook apps!
You can think of them as something similar to scripts, but instead of running in a terminal, they are interactive web applications accessed through the browser.
Here’s a video where José shows how that works:
And here’s the announcement blog post about the new release: What's new in Livebook 0.10 - Introducing Multi-Session Livebook Apps - Livebook.dev - The Livebook Blog