Juno

Cloud computing IDE for iPad

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Juno is an iPad client for Jupyter Notebook, an interactive cloud computing environment, where you can combine code execution, Markdown, LaTeX, plots and rich media.

Jupyter supports over 40 programming languages (including Python, R, Julia and Scala) and most big data tools, such as Apache Spark, Pandas, scikit-learn, ggplot2 and TensorFlow. And the most beautiful part is: code execution is happening on a remote server, making computational resources available in Juno indefinitely extendable!

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Alex StaravoitauMaker@alexstaravoitau · Software engineer and ML enthusiast
Hey PH, Creator of Juno here! Juno is an iPad client for Jupyter Notebook, an interactive cloud computing environment, where you can combine code execution, Markdown, LaTeX, plots and rich media. Juno makes all of that available on your iPad, providing a full-featured development environment and making iPad a perfect companion for data scientists, researchers and engineers. Why did I build Juno? I am a software engineer with long interest in machine learning and data science. I am also a huge fan of the flexibility Jupyter is offering: I strongly believe that the fact that you only need a screen and network connection to get access to pretty much unlimited computational resources has enormous potential. Download Juno for free and explore our introductory notebooks on Python, NumPy, Matplotlib and SciPy, all launched on a temporary server just for you. Or get Juno Pro as an in-app purchase and connect to any Jupyter Notebook server, including preconfigured cloud computing services — or your own machine. I would love to hear your feedback and I'm happy to answer any questions you have!
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Ilya Rybin@ilya_rybin · Backup Reality
Hi Alex Looks great - sleek design and impressive functionality! What kind of cloud services do you support? Does Juno work with Azure Notebooks?
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Alex StaravoitauMaker@alexstaravoitau · Software engineer and ML enthusiast
@ilya_rybin Thanks! 🤗 Yes, Juno supports Azure Notebooks and CoCalc out of the box, i.e. you can simply log in with your Microsoft or CoCalc account and access all your projects and libraries in Juno. You can also provide address for an arbitrary Jupyter Notebook server — for instance, your own machine or AWS node.
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Anton Skyba@antonskyba · Co-founder at Moggie
Looks really interesting. Good luck Alex!
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Alex StaravoitauMaker@alexstaravoitau · Software engineer and ML enthusiast
@antonskyba Thanks! 😇
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Kyle Fang@zhigang1993 · iOS dev
This is now my favorite app on my iPad Pro. Thanks
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Alex StaravoitauMaker@alexstaravoitau · Software engineer and ML enthusiast
@zhigang1993 That’s exactly what I was going for. 😀 Thank you! 😇
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊
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Alex StaravoitauMaker@alexstaravoitau · Software engineer and ML enthusiast
@ayush_chandra Thanks! 💪