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Python in your Browser with Skulpt

Episode #235, published Wed, Oct 23, 2019, recorded Thu, Sep 26, 2019.

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Do you dream of a day when you can write Python in the browser rather than JavaScript? This is no pipe dream! There are several ways to write Python that runs in the browser already.

One of the leaders here is Skulpt. It's not just an experiment but real, powerful web applications with rich client-side code, Python code, are out in the wild and built with Skulpt.

We dig into it with Meredydd Luff and Albert-Jan Nijburg on this episode.

Links from the show

Meredydd on Twitter: @meredydd
Albert-Jan on Twitter: @ajpnijburg
Skulpt: skulpt.org

Skulpt in the wild:
Anvil: anvil.works
Trinket: trinket.io
Code Combat: codecombat.com

Meredydd’s talk about Suspensions: anvil.works/blog
Albert-Jan’s talk about the Python 3 upgrade: github.com
Meredydd’s talk about autocomplete: anvil.works/blog

Other browser-based Python impls
Brython: brython.info
Transcrypt: transcrypt.org
Pyodide: alpha.iodide.io

Package PyPostal: github.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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