The PyEditor is a core plugin.
Work on the Python editor is in its early stages. We have made it available in this version of PyScript to give the community an opportunity to play, experiment and provide feedback.
Future versions of PyScript will include a more refined, robust and perhaps differently behaving version of the Python editor.
If you specify the type of a
<script> tag as either
py-editor (for Pyodide)
mpy-editor (for MicroPython), the plugin creates a visual code editor,
with code highlighting and a "run" button to execute the editable code
contained therein in a non-blocking worker.
The interpreter is not loaded onto the page until the run button is clicked. By default each editor has its own independent instance of the specified interpreter:
However, different editors can share the same interpreter if they share the
env attribute value.
The outcome of these code fragments should look something like this:
Notice that the interpreter type, and optional environment name is shown at the top right above the Python editor.
Hovering over the Python editor reveals the "run" button.
target attribute allows you to specify a node into which the
editor will be rendered: