[Chicago] Python & HTML together at last
brianhray at gmail.com
Tue Jul 20 16:21:00 CEST 2010
Hey Brian, it's Brian:
That is pretty interesting. And thanks for not cursing ;)
I always wondered about other client side implementations of Python and
where they stand. Wether it be Gestalt, Silverlight, MozPython, some
Speaking of Mozilla, Ian posted a while back this article
http://blog.ianbicking.org/2010/03/10/joining-mozilla/ where someone
comments, "Congratulations, Ian! Now I can see Python in the browser
Not sure if that is a joke or not; however, I think the IronPython way may
be the only real way besides building your own browser plugin (which I have
done btw and it was a real pain and was only suitable for demonstration and
for those who do not mind if someone else erases your hard drive).
-- The Other Brian
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 8:33 AM, Brian Herman <brianherman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Now you can use spam bacon eggs and spam I mean python in your html
> <script type="text/python">
> def button_onclick(s, e):
> window.Alert("Hello from Python!")
> document.button.events.onclick += button_onclick
> You don't need a server that supports python.
> Just a client that supports iron python.
> Brian Herman
> Research Assistant
> University Of Illinois at Chicago
> brianherman at acm.org
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