We are pleased to announce that JupyterLite 0.2.0 is finally released
See the original announcement post to learn more: JupyterLite: Jupyter ❤️ WebAssembly & Python
The main highlight in JupyterLite 0.2.0 is the update to JupyterLab 4. This brings compatibility with extensions that have been updated to JupyterLab 4 the past couple of months.
The RetroLab interface has now been removed in favor of Notebook 7 (which is the successor of RetroLab).
The full release changelog is available here: CHANGELOG — JupyterLite 0.2.0 documentation
Thankfully, JupyterLite 0.2.0 itself does not introduce many breaking changes.
Most of the major changes come from the migration to JupyterLab 4 and Notebook 7. So if you update your deployment, make sure the extensions you are currently using are also compatible with JupyterLab 4.
There are few changes to the CLI and core packages that may affect downstream libraries building on JupyterLite, but they should be relatively minor.
Check out the migration guide in the documentation for more information: Migration Guide — JupyterLite 0.2.0 documentation
Managing content and files in JupyterLite can still be quite challenging.
0.3.0 release will try to focus on making it easier to integrate content from remote providers via extensions.
There will also be some investigations to support the latest RTC advancements currently available in JupyterLab 4, to enable Real Time Collaboration with JupyterLite.
So stay tuned!