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Brython

can I get some useful resources for learning Brython And every advice is welcome And also brython and django are good mix as scripting and backend ??

2/24/2020 4:37:34 PM

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Consider this as a extension of examples posted already, will be helpful to learn brython : https://code.sololearn.com/W1PCHh105zhm/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WMdY5br5VID8/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WK23L6hbaOrA/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WNLM2Fkiam2k/?ref=app //I will update as and when I found more ⛈️ᏃᎪᏟᏦ✰

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Mihai Apostol Sir can u please check my question and the question u given me here just brython word can't be termed always same I want resources and I want to know about the Django and brython combination Let me summarize ur links First one Js vs brython - No I didn't asked it 2nd one Brython experience or intro - No i don't want experience i want resources 3rd one Benefits - No i didn't Asked that sir Now If u could tell me I that my question is same that is not a correct thing I checked the searchbar also btw

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Mihai Apostol thanks for your care sir ☺ But I also want to avoid duplicate threads but we(I m also a qna active answerer) should before adding any link must see the contents in it I wish That fellow sololearner u mention will help me I checked his code I think he has a good knowledge Of Brython

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https://brython.readthedocs.io/en/master/site/doc/en/javascript/ I think this gonna help you I still don't know about brython so I can't tell about quality or depth But yaa its a resource for brython

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Programmer Thanks for answering Ur link seems to be informative but I m still don't marking ur answer as best because I want a expert could confirm it or give a better opinion

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Normally you can write python code using the standard library. Don't expect to use any fancy library like numpy etc. After all brython is just a transpiler of python into javascript. There are a few extras that allow to access the DOM and canvas etc. All is documented on the brython website.. With a few examples to get you started. https://code.sololearn.com/WEnO71EdGS14/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WzWJI1lw02MY/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WgsPzmr3LWSf/?ref=app

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I can't be of much help unfortunately. I have just googled myself the little bit I needed for my chessboard code, and that was it. So far I even fail to import a simple module from the stdlib. I am following this thread and hope to learn something myself here. 😉

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The best place to learn is to read through their documentations and maybe some other people's code.. Here's a calculator program I wrote some months ago https://code.sololearn.com/WoJgG3yOHb4U/?ref=app

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I guess HonFu can help you with that. HonFu if you don't mind. ᏃᎪᏟᏦ✰ Try also the search bar meanwhile. https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1532267/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1005017/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1899555/?ref=app

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Vishal Patel stop spamming https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1316935/?ref=app

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ᏃᎪᏟᏦ✰ Ok, I said to try the search bar meanwhile our fellow sololearner I tagged in my reply responds. I didn't check the contents, I was thinking you can find something useful there. Mea culpa.

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Also note, Brython is not actually python....but JavaScript working behind the scene so you may not be able to use it for any back end functionalities

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Daljeet Singh yes sir I am following your codes you are doing a great job with introducing new concepts in Sololearn Keep doing that I am always curious for your codes

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https://code.sololearn.com/W73l3yMKNKAW/?ref=app

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Hi Mirielle