A pure Python port of React for ipywidgets
Our GitHub repo is at: https://github.com/widgetti/reacton Documentation is at: https://reacton.solara.dev/
React tutorial app using Python with Transcrypt - now with hooks!
I actually use Python to create React applications via Transcrypt and use functional components in that process. IMO it's quite a bit cleaner than using class components. It's more of a functional programming paradigm than OOP, but didn't take long to get used to. You do end up using more closures and lambdas than you would with procedural and OOP. This example based on the official React tutorial gives you an idea of what it looks like in Python.
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