Let’s do a small first step, just to get things in place.
We’ll make a directory, under version control, with a README and a
This series is focused on teaching a “joyful” development style for Pyodide. It’s secondary purpose is pitching an idea about a framework for Python-based custom elements as “components.”
So let’s jump right into that and setup
pyodide-components as our project workspace:
$ mkdir pyodide-components
$ cd pyodide-components
We also want to initialize this as a Git repo:
$ git init
First, add a simple
At a minimum, it will help the future you remember what this directory was about.
# Pyodide Components
Learn a "joyful" way of Pyodide development while writing a simple framework
for Python custom elements.
We’ll also add a
Later we’ll add entries to it:
$ touch .gitignore
Finish by adding these to the repo and committing:
$ git add README.md .gitignore
$ git commit -m"Start project"
Yep, this was some pro forma prep work, from the command-line. We could have used our IDE, but we’re going to stay old-school for the first few steps. No “joyful” yet. But a step forward before setting up our Python and NodeJS workspaces.