Embed.ly now supports RunKit as a content provider, which means that you can now embed any RunKit notebook on sites like Medium, or any of the other thousands of companies that rely on Embed.ly for embedding dynamic content.

Since day one, RunKit has shipped with several fun ways to visualize your data including graphs, charts, and maps. Internally we call these “Value Viewers”. As package maintainers you often know how to display your data better than we do. That’s why today we’re excited to announce we’re opening up...

We’re incredibly excited to have recently integrated RunKit directly into expressjs.com’s Hello World tutorial. The sample code in the tutorial itself is completely unchanged, but it has one major enhancement: the code is now live! When we say live, we mean that every time you load the page we’re actually...

RunKit notebooks are a great way to file bugs on GitHub. Since RunKit automatically packages your code with its entire environment in a Docker container, anyone can clone your bug and start investigating it live in seconds, without any setup or installation. Best of all, the bug will be completely...

Today we’re open sourcing and releasing DemoKit, our new Electron app for scripting product demos. Using the web technologies you’re already familiar with, you can now record demos, tutorials, or any other videos that show off your products. Since the demos are scripted, you can check them into GitHub, incorporate...