We've added a new terminal interface to the Gradient IDE!
Gradient Notebooks now offer terminal access announcement
Previously you needed to open JupyterLab to access a unix terminal -- but now you can do so directly from the Gradient IDE!
Just look for the terminal icon in the left sidebar of any Gradient Notebook.
Terminals are great for managing files, installing or uninstalling libraries and packages, and for anything else that you'd like to do quickly without needing to run notebook cells.
Terminals are available today for G1 and higher subscribers.
- We shipped a basic version history viewer to Gradient Notebooks. Look for the
Historybutton in the left sidebar of any notebook
- We shipped a backend improvement that decreased notebook load times across all regions by ~1 second
- We fixed a bug that sometimes produced excessive line breaks in cell outputs
- We now focus files correctly when creating/deleting in the IDE file manager
- We fixed a bug that sometimes caused stopped notebooks to show empty previews