Juno – Python and Jupyter

Juno – Python and Jupyter


Coding with Python and Jupyter


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About Juno – Python and Jupyter

Zero-setup Python environment and developer toolbox in a first-class citizen app for iPad and iPhone.

Juno is designed to cover all your Python coding needs, and will work seamlessly with all source code formats. Juno supports both Python scripts (.py) and Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb) — a document format focused on applying Python to data analysis and computational science.

FREE FEATURES

- Navigate and manage files and folders, quickly preview documents and media
- Browse and view Jupyter notebooks with quick and beautifully rendered previews
- Navigate through code sources, scripts, JSON, XML, and other text-based formats with rich previews and syntax highlighting
- Add quick access bookmarks for file system locations outside the app's sandbox, or simply open documents in place

PRO FEATURES

- Run code in Jupyter notebooks and Python sources locally on your device with a built-in Python 3.10 interpreter, entirely offline
- Write and execute Python code in a full-fledged development environment, featuring snappy, intelligent code completion and a console with full terminal emulator support
- Access all Jupyter features in a modern, powerful and customizable notebook editor
- Leverage powerful data analysis, machine learning and developer tools: NumPy, Matplotlib, SciPy, Scikit-learn, Pandas, LXML, and more
- View and edit any file as text in a built-in versatile plain text editor with syntax highlighting
- Enjoy painless package management: easily install any pure Python package with an intuitive package manager

PYTHON SCRIPTS

Python scripts are plain-text Python source code files with a .py extension. Juno lets you work on these with snappy code completion, a console with full terminal emulator support, a built-in media viewer for code-generated images, plots, web apps, and more. Juno will execute the code using an embedded Python interpreter, locally on your iPhone or iPad and completely offline.

JUPYTER NOTEBOOKS

A Jupyter notebook is a versatile document format that enables you to store live code, markdown text, plots, images, and LaTeX equations — all within a single notebook file with a .ipynb extension. Notebooks serve as excellent Python coding playgrounds for data manipulation and experimentation, and Juno makes working with them a breeze!

Notebook documents keep a record of all inputs and outputs from an interactive programming session, and the rich output generated by running Python scripts (including HTML, images, video, and plots) is embedded within the Jupyter notebook document. They are particularly convenient for coding in Python for data analysis, machine learning, or computational science in general.
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What's New in the Latest Version 3.1.0

Last updated on May 30, 2024
Old Versions
What's new in 3.1:

- Adds pytables, numexpr and peewee.
- Resolves dependencies for upgrading yfinance.
- Fixes notebook JSON getting minified on save.
- Fixes the app crashing in some cases after restoring device from backup.
- Fixes several crashes in Python runtime and lxml.
- Fixes a couple of minor UI issues.
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Version History
3.1.0
May 30, 2024
What's new in 3.1:

- Adds pytables, numexpr and peewee.
- Resolves dependencies for upgrading yfinance.
- Fixes notebook JSON getting minified on save.
- Fixes the app crashing in some cases after restoring device from backup.
- Fixes several crashes in Python runtime and lxml.
- Fixes a couple of minor UI issues.
3.0.1
Mar 19, 2024
What's new in 3.0.1:

- Fixes multiple windows support;
- Fixes several minor UI issues.

Juno 3.0 marks a significant milestone in Python coding experience on iPad and iPhone! We've expanded beyond the Jupyter environment to include a full-fledged Python IDE — it’s specifically designed to make working with .py sources on your iOS devices intuitive and seamless, with as few compromises as possible. This first release already packs a bunch:

- A fast and versatile code editor;
- Snappy, intelligent code completion;
- A console with full terminal emulator support;
- A built-in media viewer for code outputs, perfect for displaying Pillow-generated images, Matplotlib plots, Bokeh and Flask web apps, and more.

Juno 3.0 also brings a whole new file navigation experience with rich document previews, featuring beautifully rendered Jupyter notebooks, syntax highlighting for source code and text-based formats, and Quick Look for most popular document types and media. Add quick access bookmarks for any file system location, or just open any document in place for preview and editing.

Juno 3.0 adds several new packages too, including pyarrow and h5py for HDF5 support.
3.0.0
Mar 13, 2024
Juno 3.0 marks a significant milestone in Python coding experience on iPad and iPhone! We've expanded beyond the Jupyter environment to include a full-fledged Python IDE — it’s specifically designed to make working with .py sources on your iOS devices intuitive and seamless, with as few compromises as possible. This first release already packs a bunch:

- A fast and versatile code editor;
- Snappy, intelligent code completion;
- A console with full terminal emulator support;
- A built-in media viewer for code outputs, perfect for displaying Pillow-generated images, Matplotlib plots, Bokeh and Flask web apps, and more.

Juno 3.0 also brings a whole new file navigation experience with rich document previews, featuring beautifully rendered Jupyter notebooks, syntax highlighting for source code and text-based formats, and Quick Look for most popular document types and media. Add quick access bookmarks for any file system location, or just open any document in place for preview and editing.

Juno 3.0 adds several new packages too, including pyarrow and h5py for HDF5 support.
2.1.8
Dec 8, 2023
What's new in Juno 2.1.8:

- Fixed a crash that could occur when the app got suspended in the background;
- Resolved several crashes and memory issues related to the lxml library.
2.1.7
Oct 22, 2023
What's new in Juno 2.1.7:

- Added new packages: immutables, frozendict, and pydantic;
- Updated lxml to version 4.9.3;
- Fixed an issue where the kernel was not getting interrupted when requested;
- Fixed several issues around restoring interpreter session and handling package metadata.
2.1.6
May 24, 2023
What's new in Juno 2.1.6:

- Fixes an error when importing certain Bokeh submodules;
- Fixes several errors related to installing pure Python packages with optional native extensions.

What's new in Juno 2.1:

- Python upgraded to 3.10 and pinned packages updated to their latest releases;
- New packages: 'openai' (for accessing OpenAI APIs), 'tiktoken' (tokenization for OpenAI models), and their dependencies (including 'aiohttp', 'yarl', 'frozenlist', 'multidict', and more);
- Better performance: Improved background app persistence, faster kernel start-ups, and reduced notebook loading times;
- Easier package management: Now you can delete and upgrade many pre-installed packages (some will remain pinned, e.g. packages that Juno uses internally);
- Streamlined navigation: Swipe from the left screen edge in the notebook editor to reveal the working directory navigator on iPhone (you can configure default presentation style in settings);
- A whole bunch of fixes for crashes and bugs, as well as many less prominent enhancements and general quality of life improvements.
2.1.5
May 3, 2023
Juno 2.1 comes with an upgraded Python environment, significant performance and stability improvements, new packages (including 'openai' for accessing ChatGPT and DALL-E APIs), and much more.

What's new in Juno 2.1.5:

- Fixes several crashes related to background persistence and addresses a couple of issues in the package manager, improving the handling of packages without wheel distributions.

What's new in Juno 2.1:

- Python upgraded to 3.10 and pinned packages updated to their latest releases;
- New packages: 'openai' (for accessing OpenAI APIs), 'tiktoken' (tokenization for OpenAI models), and their dependencies (including 'aiohttp', 'yarl', 'frozenlist', 'multidict', and more);
- Better performance: Improved background app persistence, faster kernel start-ups, and reduced notebook loading times;
- Easier package management: Now you can delete and upgrade many pre-installed packages (some will remain pinned, e.g. packages that Juno uses internally);
- Streamlined navigation: Swipe from the left screen edge in the notebook editor to reveal the working directory navigator on iPhone (you can configure default presentation style in settings);
- A whole bunch of fixes for crashes and bugs, as well as many less prominent enhancements and general quality of life improvements.
2.1.4
Apr 22, 2023
Juno 2.1 comes with an upgraded Python environment, significant performance and stability improvements, new packages (including 'openai' for accessing ChatGPT and DALL-E APIs), and much more.

What's new in Juno 2.1:

- Python upgraded to 3.10 and pinned packages updated to their latest releases;
- New packages: 'openai' (for accessing OpenAI APIs), 'tiktoken' (tokenization for OpenAI models), and their dependencies (including 'aiohttp', 'yarl', 'frozenlist', 'multidict', and more);
- Better performance: Improved background app persistence, faster kernel start-ups, and reduced notebook loading times;
- Easier package management: Now you can delete and upgrade many pre-installed packages (some will remain pinned, e.g. packages that Juno uses internally);
- Streamlined navigation: Swipe from the left screen edge in the notebook editor to reveal the working directory navigator on iPhone (you can configure default presentation style in settings);
- A whole bunch of fixes for crashes and bugs, as well as many less prominent enhancements and general quality of life improvements.
2.0.12
Nov 25, 2022
What's new in 2.0.12:
– Fixes several crashes on older versions of iOS;
– Fixes a crash on previewing certain types of links in notebooks;
– Fixes several minor code completion layout issues;
– Makes sure notebook scrolls to caret on orientation changes;
– Fixes certain settings not getting applied in new cells until the notebook reopens;
– Makes sure notebook checkpoints are created and updated using the same logic as in JupyterLab and Jupyter Notebook, i.e. only when you explicitly select Save in menu;
– Updates cell type icons and renames Markdown cell type to Markup Text.

What's new in Juno 2.0:
– Notebook editor: the notebook editing experience has been redesigned from the ground up into a highly configurable notebook workspace, ready to get customized around your personal workflow. The editor has a ton of new features: faster-loading notebooks, cell templates, better image viewer, better previews, easier text and selection manipulation, better keyboard and trackpad support, a ton of new settings, configuration and customisation options, new Find and Replace experience, new document management features — and a lot more! The new notebook editor absolutely shines on iPad, but will work great on iPhone, too.
– Working directory file browser: seamlessly navigate, view and edit files and folders without leaving your notebook. It lets you manage files and directories, as well as perform other actions useful in the context of writing code and working on your notebooks: say, getting a relative path to a file or directory, or quickly editing contents of an arbitrary file as plain text.
– Text editor: view and edit any file from your working directory in a built-in text editor with syntax highlighting, powerful Find and Replace, configurable view options, customisable toolbar and more!
– A whole bunch of minor and major fixes around package manager, keyboard and trackpad handling, scrolling and notebook editor UI in general.
Check out the docs on our website (or select Help in the app) to learn more about the new features and Juno's new notebook editor.

Juno 2.0.12 *still* comes with Python 3.6 on board, but we begin testing Juno with Python 3.10 on TestFlight shortly, and will release it on App Store later this year as a free update.
2.0.11
Nov 21, 2022
Welcome to the all-new Juno 2.0!

What's new:
– Notebook editor: the notebook editing experience has been redesigned from ground up into a highly configurable notebook workspace, ready to get customized around your personal workflow. The editor has a ton of new features: faster-loading notebooks, cell templates, better image viewer, better previews, easier text and selection manipulation, better keyboard and trackpad support, a ton of new settings, configuration and customisation options, new Find and Replace experience, new document management features — and a lot more! The new notebook editor absolutely shines on iPad, but will work great on iPhone, too.
– Working directory file browser: seamlessly navigate, view and edit files and folders without leaving your notebook. It lets you manage files and directories, as well as perform other actions useful in the context of writing code and working on your notebooks: say, getting a relative path to a file or directory.
– Text editor: view and edit any file from your working directory in a built-in text editor with syntax highlighting, powerful Find and Replace, configurable view options, customisable toolbar and more!
– A whole bunch of minor and major fixes around package manager, keyboard and trackpad handling, iOS integration, text editing, and a ton of general quality of life improvements.
Check out the docs on our website (or select Help in the app) to learn more about the new features and Juno's new notebook editor.

Juno 2.0.11 *still* comes with Python 3.6 on board, but we begin testing Juno with Python 3.10 on TestFlight shortly, and will release it on App Store later this year as a free update.
1.5.4
Sep 17, 2022
This release fixes several issues related to keyboard and scrolling.
1.5.3
Aug 21, 2022
Fixes a couple of minor UI issues.
1.5.2
May 5, 2022
Juno 1.5 comes with a package manager on board! It has a ton of quality of life improvements: you can see all packages that are available to you, both system and user installed; you can delete user-installed packages and install new ones; there is now an easy way to see which dependencies are missing or have incompatible versions, which package releases are likely to work in Juno and which modules the package provides — among many other things!

Juno's package manager introduces a concept of *pinned* packages: you can import and use those as any other package, but you can't upgrade or delete them (as Juno relies on them under-the-hood).

Finally, we've made a bunch of improvements to the package installation process, so Juno can now handle several older-style distribution formats. That said, what you can install is still constrained by the OS restrictions, which means pure Python packages only.
1.4.2
Mar 17, 2022
– Multi-window support for iPadOS! You can now edit and run multiple notebooks simultaneously on iPad, each in a separate Juno window — including side-by-side in Split View.
– Improved context restoration, working directory management and a few other things, which needed to accommodate this new multi-window nature of Juno.
– Package installer can now process several older-style distribution formats.
– Fixes for a couple of bugs around file system access.
– Fixes for several minor UI issues.
– Many under-the-hood changes and improvements, which lay important groundwork for future Juno features: this release is just one of a few major updates coming this year. Keep your eyes peeled and follow us on Twitter for more details!
1.3.15
Feb 13, 2022
– Fixes a crash and a couple of minor issues in notebook editor
1.3.14
Oct 10, 2021
– Adds GDAL, Fiona, PyProj, Shapely and GeoPandas. Enjoy!
– Adds a media viewer for cell output: view generated plots fullscreen, zoom and share!
– Fixes colouring of Pandas DataFrame objects in cell output.
– Requests additional RAM from the system (on supported devices).
– Improves Korean IME input support.
– Adds yfinance, requests, seaborn, beautifulsoup4 and a few other packages that were already supported, but could have occasional issues with the package installer — they now come pre-installed.
– Fixes several nasty crashes, as well as a few smaller bugs and issues.
1.3.11
Sep 16, 2021
– Fixes hardware keyboard shortcuts and a couple of minor glitches with the on-screen keyboard.
– Fixes a number of issues related to file system: e.g. in some rare cases when a notebook was moved or a directory in its path renamed, it wouldn't open afterwards.
– Fixes a couple of less serious UI and compatibility issues with the new version of OS.
1.3.9
Jul 11, 2021
Fixes few minor issues with hardware keyboard shortcuts.
1.3.8
Jun 9, 2021
– Fixes a number of issues around exporting notebooks
– Fixes several minor UI bugs in notebook editor
– Opens links in the in-app browser (whenever possible)
1.3.7
May 25, 2021
[NEW FEATURES]
Juno 1.3 adds new features related to documentation and background persistence:
– Adds native help popups with documentation for objects and modules, and also restores missing docs for some of the embedded Python modules. You can now check any object's docstring by selecting 'Help' in a context menu.
– Background persistence significantly improved: Juno will now try to manoeuvre around OS restrictions on apps' background execution and suspension in a more intelligent manner.
– Context restoration will also work better, including a few cases where it didn't work before.

[NEW FIXES]
Also, Juno 1.3 fixes a number of crashes, bugs and UI issues, including more minor under-the-hood improvements:
– Fixes several issues related to presenting cell output and notebook transitions. Also, now you can double-tap the output of any cell to collapse.
– Fixes a number of issues related to kernel management, including kernel interruption.
– Fixes several annoying crashes, primarily around restoring app's context.

[NEW PACKAGES]
Finally, Juno 1.3 adds new packages that couldn't be installed previously:
– Bokeh 2.3.1 (make sure to check out how great it works with a touch screen!)
– Regex 2021.4.4
– Statsmodels 0.12.2
– Cvxopt 1.2.6
– LXML 4.6.2
– Pillow 8.1.2
– Cryptography 3.4.6
1.2.9
Feb 1, 2021
Juno 1.2.9 fixes a couple of minor UI issues — stay tuned for a bigger update we have in the works for both Juno and Juno Connect!
1.2.8
Jul 28, 2020
What's new in Juno 1.2.8:

• Scikit-learn 0.23.1 is now available in Juno!
• Adds automatic switching of Matplotlib styles based on current theme
• Allows installing PyPI packages where native extensions are optional (e.g. simplejson)
• Adds better onboarding experience and a new introductory notebook
• Updates default Matplotlib configuration values closer to desktop defaults
• Fixes a couple of crashes and several smaller issues
1.2.6
Jun 22, 2020
What's new in Juno 1.2.6:

• Ipywidgets are now available in Juno!
• Several crashes fixed
• Bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements
1.2.5
May 29, 2020
What's new in Juno 1.2.5:

• Improved typography throughout the app
• Dynamic Type support: Juno will now respect system font settings, including accessibility options
• Notebook editor slightly redesigned for even better mobile experience
• Fixes a number of issues related to text selection
• Pandas updated to version 1.0.3
• A number of smaller under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes
1.2.3
May 10, 2020
This follow-up update addresses few minor issues we've missed in our last release. What's new in Juno 1.2:

• SciPy is now included in Juno!
• Trackpad support
• Various UI updates and improvements
• Switch notebook's working directory to any location on device
• Improved context restoration in case Juno gets purged by the OS in background
• Access package installer from notebook menu
• Export notebooks in a few supported formats
• Export cell output as text
• Save images from cell output
• New callout edit menu in code editor
• App launch time improved
• Several PyPI issues fixed, where package installer would select wrong distribution
• Juno will not overwrite your changes in introductory notebooks anymore
• A whole lot of smaller under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes!

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