This Visual Studio Code extension provides experimental features to extend the Jupyter notebook experience in VS Code.
This extension is intended to supplement the features provided by the main Jupyter extension. As this extension is providing experimental features, there is no set roadmap for how features will be added or removed from it. Features may be added or removed at any time and there is no guarantee of future support by virtue of inclusion in the extension now. Features in this extension that see high usage may be considered for removal from this extension and inclusion in the main Jupyter VS Code extension. In that case, best efforts will be made to notify of the change and migrate settings if possible.
If these tools aren't quite satisfying your need for something new and cool, also be sure to checkout these other standalone Jupyter Extension addons:
This project uses GitHub Issues to track bugs and feature requests. Please search the existing issues before filing new issues to avoid duplicates. For new issues, file your bug or feature request as a new Issue.
For help and questions about using this project, please start a Discussion on our GitHub Discussions page.
For those interested in contributing to the code of this project please see the contributing guide.
These are experimental features, so support for help and bug fixing regarding them may be limited.
This project may contain trademarks or logos for projects, products, or services. Authorized use of Microsoft trademarks or logos is subject to and must follow Microsoft's Trademark & Brand Guidelines. Use of Microsoft trademarks or logos in modified versions of this project must not cause confusion or imply Microsoft sponsorship. Any use of third-party trademarks or logos are subject to those third-party's policies.
General Feature Usage
All features provided by the Jupyter PowerToys extension can be enabled or disabled via settings. Search for
Notebook Run Groups
The notebook run groups feature provides the ability to group notebook cells into a sets of cells which can be
executed as a group together. The
Contextual help provides help text returned by the kernel when changing cursor position in a notebook.
The amount of help text can be controlled with the
Kernel Management panel
List, start, stop, reset, kernels all from a new convenient Jupyter sidebar.