RISE 5.6.1 is out!
We're pleased to announce the release of RISE 5.6.1!
What is RISE?¶
RISE lets you show your Jupyter notebook rendered as an executable
It is your very same notebook but in a slidy way!
How you can get it?¶
If you are a conda/anaconda user, you can install it with
conda install -c conda-forge rise.
If you are a pip user, you can install it with
pip install rise.
For further information about the installation process, please check here.
What are the latest news?¶
This released was mainly focused on:
- Remove accent in setup.py that was occasionally breaking installation (yes, my name making troubles again ;-)
- Properly load companion css when running with Jupytext enabled (we need to be compatible with new and exciting project under the Jupyter ecosystem)
- Experimental feature to allow users to change the keyboard shortcuts attached to internal reveal functions (more info at https://rise.readthedocs.io/en/stable/customize.html#native-keyboard-shortcuts-for-reveal-js-and-reveal-js-plug-ins, thanks again Thies Hecker for contributing this feature!)
You can see a detailed changelog here.
And remember, please report any issues at https://github.com/damianavila/RISE/issues.
Stay tuned, we will have very exciting news soon!
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