Wondering if there is anything with similar functionality as nbdev (https://github.com/fastai/nbdev) for Julia or if it might make sense to get this working for Julia?
I don’t know which functionality your are looking for, but https://github.com/fredrikekre/Literate.jl might be worth a try.
Thanks for the link. This definitely looks very useful. It does seem different in that it starts from a julia file and can generate markdown, notebooks or cleaned julia script whereas nbdev is based around the notebook as the starting point. nbdev also helps out with boiler plate tasks like creating package (setup.py for python), CI and documentation generation.
for package templates, see
I would also look at Steven Johnson’s NBInclude.jl which lets you import code from Jupyter notebooks like so:
using NBInclude @nbinclude("myfile.ipynb")
nbdev seems to be built on top of `jupyter notebook (as far as I can tell it is all client-side modifications). It might just work with the existing IJulia kernel if you select the kernel in a new notebook – have you tried that?