I’m pleased to announce JuliaHub, a service offered by Julia Computing for exploring the Julia ecosystem, running your Julia code easily in the cloud and scaling it to more and larger machines. The current iteration of the site focuses on the exploration aspect of this vision:
- Home: see popular packages, new packages, and new package versions
- Packages: search all registered public Julia packages by name and keywords
- Doc Search: search the documentation of all registered packages in one place
- Code Search: search the entire repo of all registered packages by regex or by semantic code search (i.e. it understands the structure of Julia code)
Users can log into JuliaHub as well, which currently doesn’t offer much additional functionality (you can download the current JuliaPro version and register packages via a web UI, which allows registering packages that aren’t hosted on GitHub), but in the future we will support running compute jobs on the cloud simply and easily from inside your favorite local Julia client.
Give JuliaHub a try and if you encounter any issues or have ideas for how to improve the service, please file issues here.
CTO, Julia Computing