06-04, 15:00–15:40 (Europe/London), Salisbury
PyScript brings the full PyData stack in the browser, opening up to unprecedented use cases for interactive data-intensive applications. In this scenario, the web browser becomes a ubiquitous computing platform, operating within a (nearly) zero-installation & server-less environment.
PyScript is the new open source platform that brings Python to web front-end applications. In fact, PyScript makes it possible to inject standard Python code into HTML, which is then interpreted and executed directly in the browser. And all that, with no server-side technology needed, and no installation required (not even a local Python interpreter!, ed.) 🔮.
But there's more! Thanks to its built-in integration with
scikit-learn), using the browser as a ubiquitous virtual machine.
In this talk, we will explore how PyScript enables the creation of full-fledged font-end interactive machine learning (
No specific prior knowledge is required to attend the talk. Familiarity with Python programming, and the main
pydata packages (i.e.
No previous knowledge expected
Valerio Maggio is a Researcher, a Data scientist Advocate at Anaconda, and a casual "Magic: The Gathering" wizard. He is well versed in open science and research software, supporting the adoption of best software development practice (e.g. Code Review) in Data Science. Valerio is also an open-source contributor, and an active member of the Python community. Over the last twelve years he has contributed and volunteered to the organization of many international conferences and community meetups like PyCon Italy, PyData, EuroPython, and EuroSciPy. All his talks, workshop materials and random ramblings are publicly available on his Speaker Deck and GitHub profiles.