Why can’t a Browser run Python Instead?

By | 2015-06-29

Pierre Quentel

Billy Earney

Brython supports most of the syntax of Python 3,
including comprehensions, generators, metaclasses, imports, etc.
and many modules of the CPython distribution.


It includes libraries to interact with DOM elements and events,
and with existing Javascript libraries such as jQuery, 3D, Highcharts, Raphael etc.
It supports lastest specs of HTML5/CSS3, and can use CSS Frameworks like Bootstrap3, LESS, SASS etc.


Brython is designed to replace Javascript as the scripting language for the Web. As such, it is a Python 3 implementation (you can take it for a test drive through a web console), adapted to the HTML5 environment, that is to say with an interface to the DOM objects and events




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