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✰


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


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


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


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


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


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. 😉


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


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


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


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.


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


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




Hi Mirielle