It's React, but in Python
Ecosystem independence is also a core feature of IDOM. It can be added to existing applications built on a variety of sync and async web servers, as well as integrated with other frameworks like Django, Jupyter, and Plotly Dash. Not only does this mean you're free to choose what technology stack to run on, but on top of that, you can run the exact same components wherever you need them. For example, you can take a component originally developed in a Jupyter Notebook and embed it in your production application without changing anything about the component itself.
At a Glance
To get a rough idea of how to write apps in IDOM, take a look at the tiny "hello world" application below:
from idom import component, html, run @component def App(): return html.h1("Hello, World!") run(App)
Follow the links below to find out more about this project
- Try it Now - check out IDOM in a Jupyter Notebook.
- Documentation - learn how to install, run, and use IDOM.
- Community Forum - ask questions, share ideas, and show off projects.
- Contributor Guide - see how you can help develop this project.
- Code of Conduct - standards for interacting with this community.
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