A Python distribution for the browser and Node.js based on WebAssembly.
Pyodide is a Python distribution for the browser and Node.js based on WebAssembly.
What is Pyodide?
Pyodide is a port of CPython to WebAssembly/Emscripten.
Pyodide makes it possible to install and run Python packages in the browser with
micropip. Any pure
Python package with a wheel available on PyPi is supported. Many packages with C
extensions have also been ported for use with Pyodide. These include many
general-purpose packages such as regex, PyYAML, lxml and scientific Python
packages including NumPy, pandas, SciPy, Matplotlib, and scikit-learn.
that you can freely mix these two languages in your code with minimal friction.
This includes full support for error handling, async/await, and much more.
When used inside a browser, Python has full access to the Web APIs.
Try Pyodide (no installation needed)
Try Pyodide in a
REPL directly in
your browser. For further information, see the
Pyodide offers three different ways to get started depending on your needs and
technical resources. These include:
- Use a hosted distribution of Pyodide: see the [Getting
- Download a version of Pyodide from the [releases
page](https://github.com/pyodide/pyodide/releases/) and serve it
with a web server.
- Build natively with make: primarily for Linux users who want to
experiment or contribute back to the project.
recommended for Windows and macOS users and for Linux users who prefer a
Debian-based Docker image with the dependencies already installed.
Pyodide was created in 2018 by Michael Droettboom
at Mozilla as part of the [Iodide
project](https://github.com/iodide-project/iodide). Iodide is an experimental
web-based notebook environment for literate scientific computing and
Iodide is no longer maintained. If you want to use Pyodide in an interactive
client-side notebook, see [Pyodide notebook
Please view the [contributing
guide](https://pyodide.org/en/stable/development/contributing.html) for tips
on filing issues, making changes, and submitting pull requests. Pyodide is an
independent and community-driven open-source project. The decision-making
process is outlined in the [Project
- Blog: blog.pyodide.org
- Mailing list: mail.python.org/mailman3/lists/pyodide.python.org/
- Gitter: gitter.im/pyodide/community
- Twitter: twitter.com/pyodide
- Stack Overflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/pyodide
Pyodide uses the [Mozilla Public License Version