JupyShare lets you release your notebook to the cloud and gives you a public endpoint for it through ngrok.
(Jupyter has access to your filesystem. Ngrok lets you expose localhost directly to the internet. This comes with risks. Please read security section for more info.)
JupyShare is perfect for three things
[ ] Containerize
Ngrok provides a tunnel to your notebook so you definitely do NOT want to share the complete link (with the token and everything) with the world because any random person would pretty much have access to your own localhost/filesystem and start executing code through jupyter.
Two ways to kill the connection
 you can close your notebook, but it will only kill the ngrok process when you either run
jupyshare kill or
jupyshare show immediately after (
as of 1.0.7 I didn't write a print statement that it killed the process. 1.0.8 prints it out)
[edit for 1.0.9] The script will stay active for as long as you set the ttl (default is 10 minutes). Exiting the script now kills the ngrok connection.
If you saw this on reddit you probably have 1.0.8. Please upgrade to 1.0.9 to be able to set a ttl and kill the process when you quit the script.
pip install jupyshare --upgrade
The only thing necessary for JupyShare is ngrok.
brew cask install ngrok
pip install jupyshare
jupyshare release jupyshare kill jupyshare show jupyshare --h or --help jupyshare --browser BROWSER jupyshare --ttl TIMEINMINUTES
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details