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Stanley Ulili
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Aug 1, 2022 ⋅ 22 min read

Intro to PyScript: Run Python in the browser

Stanley Ulili I'm a freelance web developer and researcher from Malawi. I love learning new things, and writing helps me understand and solidify concepts. I hope by sharing my experience, others can learn something from them.

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One Reply to "Intro to PyScript: Run Python in the browser"

  1. My script executes on page load. How can I avoid that:

    #—HTML code—-
    My Status :

    Submit

    #——on the same HTML page, py script code below ———

    import asyncio
    import json
    from request import request # import our request function.
    from pyodide.http import pyfetch, FetchResponse

    async def submit(*ags, **kws):
    #{ …..some code….}

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