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Use interactive widgets

IntelliJ IDEA supports interactive widgets that provide integration between Python code running in the notebook kernel and JavaScript running in the browser. Refer to the Jupyter widgets documentation for more details about the variety and specifics of interactive widgets.

Handling security requirements

If you open any JavaScript code in a notebook file created outside of your project, that notebook is considered untrusted. According to the security model established for Jupyter notebooks, untrusted JavaScript code is never executed. That's why when you try to execute JavaScript in such a notebook, you will receive an error message: Notebook is not trusted. JavaScript hasn't been executed.

Select the Trusted checkbox on the Jupyter toolbar to explicitly allow executing JavaScript in your Jupyter notebook.

Making the JavScript code trusted
Last modified: 10 October 2020