New widget SQL query, new panels blocks and context and general improvements.
We're pleased to announce the latest version of Mineo. This new version, Mineo 47, introduces a number of new features and improvements designed to expand and enhance the capabilities of notebooks.
Let's take a closer look at what you can expect from this exciting new release.
New panels: Blocks and Context
We have introduced new panels in the notebook view: Context and Blocks.
The Block panel lets you see all the blocks in your notebook at a glance. You can even click on one of them to navigate faster or event hide them in the notebook. This is super useful for dashboard where you want to hide some code.
The Context panel shows the current Python context in the notebook. From there you can inspect the registered variables and their values.
We have introduced a new widget that allows to integrate SQL datasources directly on notebooks. The usage is as simple as adding this new widget, selecting the datasource, the query or the whole table and mapping this variable to any other widget or using it directly in Python.
Data is loaded as a stream, so the entire workflow is designed to work with large data sources.
Other fixes and improvements
Improved auto-completion of variables in widgets. It is now easier to select a compatible variable to use in a widget.
Now when you invite a new user is automatically created so you can assign them permissions directly.
Markdown blocks can now be edited by double-clicking on them.
We have improved notifications in queued blocks to clearly show which block is being executed and its status.
The logs in the notebooks have been improved and you can now filter and sort the results by time.