As the maintainer of a survey of Pure Python approaches to web application development, I often see comments like this:
Best GUI is Html and cssMiZrakk
Or something like:
Let’s first try to empathize with the html-css-js-language-soup advocates:
Division of Labor
Back in the day, I remember when we had a room full of designers that knew HTML and nothing else…. CSS didnt exist and these guys did not know about programming. That was my job. So in those days, it made perfect sense to have HTML and a Python doing the dynamic stuff.
But I see more and more use cases where there is a single graduate student in a lab who has to do everything an it has to look crisp and clean.
Let’s break down my disagreement in some simple logical steps:
HTML and CSS are static non-turing complete languages
Oddly enough the build system for Qooxdoo is… PYTHON!
Python is also turing complete and can generate all of the above
The advantages are tremendous
You get dynamic control of HTML and CSS,
instead of being limited to the original static nature of these languages.
You get one language to code in instead of 3 or 4.
You get a language that
was designed for large scale programs from the ground up.
Hierarchical modules, local classes and multiple inheritance are all supported by Transcrypt, allowing a flexible, yet stable overall structure.https://transcrypt.org/
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