I'm looking for a web browser with a web-based user interface. Considering that this sounds strange and exotic, let me briefly describe my use-case:
- I'm using Jupyter notebooks (comparable to Matlab) for scientific computations which run on a cluster (Linux). Jupyter itself has a web-based user interface (only).
- In these notebooks, I write Python code. After having opened a notebook in my web browser, the computations can run without any necessity for leaving the browser open.
- However, due to Jupyter's software design, the output of the computations isn't updated in the notebook, as soon as the browser is closed. This means that for very long computations I always have to keep the browser open and the computer on, despite that the computations are running on a remote cluster and the browser is only needed for input & to view the results.
This is where a web browser with web-based user interface would come into play: Instead of interacting with Jupyter directly through the web browser on my computer, I could interpose that hypothetic web browser like a proxy.
So, does anybody know whether a web browser with a web-based user interface exists for Linux?