Kotlin support, auto import quick fix, and better completion

Today is a big day for Datalore! There are two major features we are excited to talk about: support for the Kotlin IPython kernel and indices for the Python standard library that allow us to enable the auto-import quick-fix. We have also improved Python code completion. It now looks nicer…

Intentions, magics, command mode, and more

In the April update, Datalore gained some code editing features from PyCharm: inspections and quick-fixes. Today we are coming back to you with more updates in code insight and some other new useful features. Intentions Intention is a special action that can be executed on code. The concept is similar…

Inspections, Quick-fixes, and More Plotting

While everybody is quarantined and working remotely, the importance of collaborative development tools is higher than ever. With that in mind, we on the Datalore team continue to improve the development experience and deliver it to you. Powered by the Python code-insight engine from the PyCharm IDE, Datalore now has…

Use comments and new library manager

You can collaborate with others on view.datalore.io to add, edit and remove comments. If you are an owner or have access to shared notebook, you can reply to workbook comments or comment on a cell. When a question is solved, you can easily delete a comment to remove…

New editor is here – Monaco

We’re happy to present a new editor today, Monaco. The Monaco Editor is the code editor that powers VS Code and it is a browser-based version of the VS Code editor. Now let’s dive into the details! In addition to the quality and typing improvements, the main focus…

New features and enhancements

We are happy to introduce our new features and enhancements to give you an even better Datalore experience. Batch reverse geocoding, Geodesic lines, new layout for intentions, and import/export of *.ipynb notebooks. Import/export workbooks Easily transfer .ipynb projects to Datalore! Import workbooks from a URL and export them…