Databricks is a buzzword now. This means that each day more and more related content appears on the net. With Databricks Notebooks it’s so easy to share code. If by any chance you need to share a notebook directly in your blog post here are some short guidelines on how to do so. If your favourite blog engine appears to be BlogEngine.NET it’s not so straightforward task. Fear not – following are the steps you need to take:
- Export your notebook to HTML from the Databricks portal:
- Make the following text replacements in the exported HTML: replace & with & and “ with "
- Paste the following code in the blog’s source replacing both the [[HEIGHT]] placeholders with the notebook’s height in pixels (you may need a little trial and error to get to the exact value so that the vertical scrollers disappear) and [[NOTEBOOK_HTML]] placeholder with the resulting HTML from the above point:
<iframe height="[[HEIGHT]]px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="100%" style="width: 100%; height: [[HEIGHT]]px;" sandbox="allow-forms allow-pointer-lock allow-popups allow-presentation allow-same-origin allow-scripts allow-top-navigation" srcdoc="[[NOTEBOOK_HTML]]"></iframe>
- To make everything compatible with Internet Explorer and Edge, at the very end of your blog script place between <script></script> tags the wonderful srcdoc-polyfill script
Here is an example notebook with the above steps applied:
Not all notebook features are available within an iframe, but the main ones, such as syntax highlighting are intact and so is the ability to display a table results (with column sort capability!).
The proposed way of embedding notebook code in a blog post is just the first idea that came to my mind. Maybe there are more clever ways to achieve this. Please let me know in the comments.