Jupyter Nodejs

First get jupyter-nodejs and install it. Then the jupyter notebook should automatically recognize it.

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var os = require('os')
os.hostname()
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console.log('Hello NodeJS')
Hello NodeJS

Babel es6+

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%load_ext babel
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%%babel
const m = () => 34
m()
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34
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%%babel
class Something {
    constructor() {
        console.log('Welcome!')
    }
    doit() {
        return false
    }
}
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%%babel
new Something().doit()
Welcome!
Out[6]:
false

Clojurescript!

If you want faster load times, you can run your own Himera server locally and use that url here.

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%load_ext clojurescript http://himera-emh.herokuapp.com
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%%clojurescript
(map #(+ % 23) [1 2 3])
(24 25 26)