Teach Python in the Browser
The Forest Wiki supports multiple ways to use Python in the browser. It was the first tool to allow Python debugging in the browser for code written in the browser.
The Forest wiki supports Python in the browser with Pyodide, Skuplt and Transcrypt.
Pyodide is cPython compiled to web assembly. It really does run in the browser. This also includes a letter-perfect syntax checking editor. The problem is that Web Assembly does not support debuggers, and also it takes a few seconds to load the large Pyodide file. Pyodide is rilliant for porting python applicaitons to the browser. Also good for beginners.
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