Jupyter Book allows you to share notebooks and other computational content as an interactive book that is easily discoverable and browseable. In this talk, I'll describe the new major version and re-write of Jupyter Book. This includes a modular ecosystem of open source tools that are available to the broader Python community, as well as features that are needed for publication-quality outputs.
The goal of this talk will be to introduce people to Jupyter Book and describe the high-level vision behind it. I’ll cover a major new re-write of the Jupyter Book infrastructure that will be useful for both the Jupyter and Python ecosystem. It also gives Jupyter Book many key new features needed for high-quality publishing outputs. I’ll cover some of the details of these major features and describe what you can do with each. Finally, I’ll give a short idea of where Jupyter Book is heading, and invite users to help out.
Below is a rough outline of the topics I’d like to cover: