Local Folders can now be used as a Binder source

Version 0.2.3 of ContainDS adds ‘Local Folder’ as a dropdown option in the Binder tab when creating a new container. You can browse for the folder or just enter the full path directly: This requires that the folder contains a Binder-ready source tree, meaning it must have: the notebooks and/or data for your project, and […]

Launch Binder repos on your local machine

The latest release of ContainDS (version 0.2.2) allows you to launch a Jupyter container directly from a git repo URL, e.g. a GitHub repository. Select ‘+ NEW’ and click on the Binder tab. Enter a URL of a GitHub repo, or select from one of the other providers such as GitLab or an arbitrary git […]