pyjs - a compiler from Python to JavaScript

Fabio Zadrozny fabiofz at
Tue Aug 11 21:08:42 CEST 2015

Hi Uri,

No, I'm not related to it. -- I'm the PyDev/Eclipse maintainer... that
already takes a lot of my time ;)

It's license is BSD (so, no need to pay). As it's just a way to convert
from a Python-like syntax to JavaScript syntax you can even switch to plain
JavaScript later on if you want -- in fact, when you debug the code you'll
be debugging JavaScript and not Python (it's like CoffeScript but with a
Python-like syntax).



On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 3:48 PM, Uri Even-Chen <uri at> wrote:

> Thanks Fabio, it's very interesting. Are you related to Pyjeon Software?
> Do we have to pay to use RapydScript? Is it ready for production?
> *Uri Even-Chen*   [image: photo] Phone: +972-54-3995700
> Email: uri at
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> On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 8:54 PM, Fabio Zadrozny <fabiofz at> wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 8:55 AM, Uri Even-Chen <uri at> wrote:
>>> Thanks for the feedback. Actually I asked this question also in the
>>> django-users mailing list and Russell Keith-Magee told me about
>>> Brython, Skulpt and PyPy.js (I hope it's OK that I reply to these 3 mailing
>>> lists) but I also asked if I can use JavaScript scripts such as jQuery,
>>> jQuery UI and other jQuery plugins from the scripts in Python and Russell
>>> said it's possible but not practical for production. And I'm thinking about
>>> developing Speedy Mail Software or other projects for production (of course
>>> after the alpha & beta are over) so I guess we are stuck with JavaScript
>>> for the client side programming. And I don't mind if they use a compiler or
>>> an interpreter or any other method to run Python in the client side, as
>>> long as it works. But without using jQuery and other plugins it would be
>>> very hard to use these projects in production.
>>> Uri.
>> ​I think that you could try RapydScript:
>> Cheers,
>> Fabio
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