I’m pleased to announce the latest release 0.6.0 of the Sphinx extension
It allows you to take a bunch of Jupyter notebooks (plus some Markdown and/or reStructuredText files if you want) and turn them into static HTML pages and/or a LaTeX/PDF file.
If you don’t want to save all those bulky code cell outputs in your notebooks,
nbsphinx can automatically execute your notebooks for you (with the help of
nbconvert) and include the outputs only when building the HTML and LaTeX/PDF files.
The latest feature in
nbsphinx 0.6.0 is the ability to create thumbnail galleries, see https://nbsphinx.readthedocs.io/en/0.6.0/subdir/gallery.html.
Have fun with it and feel free to share your positive as well as negative experiences with
If you want to contribute, please head over to https://github.com/spatialaudio/nbsphinx!