Introduction Setting up Python event handlers in Pyscript requires special handling. Pyodide provides a proxy so that DOM events can use Python functions as callbacks. To create a proxy, call the pyodide.create_proxy() function [link].
from pyodide import create_proxy
# Create a Python proxy for the callback function
function_proxy = create_proxy(myFunction)
The Python function myFunction is… Continue Reading →
Introduction I have noticed an interesting anomaly between Pyodide and Pyscript. Pyscript takes about one second longer to load an HTML + Python page than Pyodide. Pyodide averages 2 seconds and Pyscript 3 seconds. Other interesting stats: Downloads: Pyodide downloads… Continue Reading →
Introduction Today, you can now use Pyscript to run Python code in the web browser. This has enormous potential for AI, ML, Data Scientists, and regular Python developers. I often develop backend applications in Django and Flask, and the possibilities… Continue Reading →