I am used to WGLMakie.jl visualizations in Pluto locally, following the instructions in the docs:
using JSServe Page() # create page in one cell
using WGLMakie scatter(rand(100), rand(100))
Everything works smoothly. Now I am experimenting with the same workflow when Pluto is running in a remote machine. In particular, I am logged in in a VSCode remote connect session (SSH) where I launch Pluto using its REPL. VSCode automatically forwards the port to my local machine so that I can visualize the Pluto notebook locally even though it is running in the remote machine.
However, the visualization is not working and I wonder if there is any special settings we need to pass to
Page in order for it to work? What option should be customized if any?
If someone can try to reproduce the issue, that would help a lot:
- Use VS Code Remote Connect to login in a remote machine
- Start a remote Julia REPL in VS Code using the Julia extension
- Launch Pluto in the remote as usual (import Pluto; Pluto.run())
- Try to create a plot with the cells above