Jupyter Kernel for Deno
Available since 1.37.0
and TypeScript; use Web and Deno APIs and import
npm packages straight in your
deno jupyteris currently unstable
deno jupyter is currently an unstable feature and thus requires the
--unstable flag. We intend to stabilize this feature in an upcoming release.
deno jupyter --unstable and follow the instructions.
You can run
deno jupyter --unstable --install to force installation of the
kernel. Deno assumes that
jupyter command is available in your
After completing the installation process, the Deno kernel will be available in the notebook creation dialog in JupyterLab and the classic notebook:
You can use the Deno Jupyter kernel in any editor that supports Jupyter notebooks.
- Install the VSCode Jupyter extension
- When on a new or existing Notebook, click creating a new Jupyter Notebook select "Jupyter kernels" and then select Deno
Jupyter Notebooks are available right out of the box.
Rich content output
Deno Jupyter kernel allows you to display rich content in your notebooks using MIME types that Jupyter supports.
[Symbol.for("Jupyter.display")] method. This method should return a dictionary
mapping a MIME type to a value that should be displayed.
// Plain text content
"text/plain": "Hello world!",
// HTML output
"text/html": "<h1>Hello world!</h1>",
jupyter console integration
You can also use Deno Jupyter kernel in the
jupyter console REPL. To do that,
you should launch your console with
jupyter console --kernel deno.