You may remember PyScript from last month. PyScript is a framework that allows us to write python code and run it natively in the browser - no backend server needed and no user installation required.

Python on the browser? Yes, it works!!
So far, if you wanted to do web development, there was only one choice - Javascript. But that changed now. In this new series, we explore how to use pyscript to run python on the browser.

One of the things that I'm most excited about is using PyScript to write small games with a web UI. Getting a nice UI on to a python program is pretty complex. You typically need to learn a complex GUI toolkit or use a framework like pygame.

With PyScript, we can now create a UI using web technologies - HTML and CSS and use python to code the game logic. This is makes creating small, fun games a lot easier.

We just released a video on our YouTube channel showing how to implement a Tic Tac Toe game from scratch in just 10 minutes. Check it out below

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