.ipynbextension. Since JSON is a plain text format, they can be version-controlled and shared with colleagues.
.ipynbnotebook document available from a public URL can be shared via the Jupyter Notebook Viewer (nbviewer). This service loads the notebook document from the URL and renders it as a static web page. The results may thus be shared with a colleague, or as a public blog post, without other users needing to install the Jupyter notebook themselves. In effect, nbviewer is simply nbconvert as a web service, so you can do your own static conversions with nbconvert, without relying on nbviewer.
Shutdownbutton next to them, whereas notebooks without an active kernel have a
Deletebutton in its place.
.ipynbfile. Clicking on the notebook name brings up a dialog which allows you to rename it. Thus, renaming a notebook from “Untitled0” to “My first notebook” in the browser, renames the
My first notebook.ipynb.
http://127.0.0.1:, it’s your computer acting as the server. Jupyter doesn’t send your data anywhere else—and as it’s open source, other people can check that we’re being honest about this.