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Release Notes v 1.7.0

We are happy to announce that we’ve released a new version on July 22, 2021. 🎉

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New Features

Increased syntax highlighting support

Jupyter notebooks are no longer just being used with the IPython kernel. That’s why we’ve decided to increase our syntax highlighting support to cover more common language use cases for Jupyter notebooks. In addition to the previously supported languages (Python, R, JavaScript, and Julia), Jupyter Viewer now supports syntax highlighting for:

  • C

  • C#

  • C++

  • Go

  • Java

  • Scala

  • Shell/Bash

  • SQL

  • TypeScript

If there is a language that you frequently use with the app and it’s not yet supported, please let us know!


Drop “IPython” name from Jupyter Viewer for Confluence

We officially support more kernels than IPython! In recognition of this, we are dropping “IPython” from the app name and within-app terminology.

Don’t worry, the IPython kernel is still fully supported!


1.7.1: resolved issues on

  • Honor the -Dhttp.nonProxyHosts property when using a HTTP proxy for Confluence

  • Add link to Confluence Allow List admin page on the error message.

Do you have any questions, suggestions, or problems?

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