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PyScript Is Ok-ish To Make Your Pages Interactive, but Only as a Last Resource if You Don’t Know Any Javascript
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PyScript Is Ok-ish To Make Your Pages Interactive, but Only as a Last Resource if You Don’t Know Any Javascript

Last Updated on July 18, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): LucianoSphere

Originally published on Towards AI.

PyScript is too slow and heavy, and it doesn’t support all the features and libraries you may want to use.

PyScript Is Ok-ish To Make Your Pages Interactive, but Only as a Last Resource if You Don’t Know Any Javascript

There’s been a lot of hype these days about the possibility of running Python code inside web pages thanks to PyScript, a web component that injects into your web page a series of HTML tags where you can… well… run Python code. Sure it sounds exciting, but JavaScript has evolved so, so tightly with web browsers that I wonder… isn’t it just better?

Well, I made some tests and hell… PyScript is way too slow and heavy to load, and it doesn’t support all of Python’s features and libraries (like the very popular Plotly, see below)… So at the end of… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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