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The JavaScript Python Communication software development is a highly ambitious project which aims to to develop an inter browser functionality wrapping, which would enable users to have a JavaScript experience in Python interfaces directly, without having to depend on external programs. When handling applications such as Spreadsheet, Journal, Sharing, et al, the tasks would involve saving. While the applications themselves can be built on Python based programs such as Sugar, the functions such as Saving can be easily performed using JavaScript. Instead of depending completely of an external interface such as XPCOM, we would like to make an inbuilt function which mobilizes the inclusion of JavaScript into Python or vice versa.

This project could have immense consequences on various fields, such as its applicability in the programs such as Spreadsheet, Calculator, et al. Another area of usefulness of this project is in Hacking. A Hack is a clever or quick fix to a computer program problem; a clumsy or inelegant solution to a problem; or a modification of a program or device to give the user access to features that were otherwise unavailable to them. XPCOM library provides various fundamental objects which give access to data, files and networks. Using these, we can build JavaScript hack functions for data modulation or saving data, etc. These could potentially increase the speed of the application tremendously. Consequently, on development of an inbuilt technology to integrate Python and JavaScript, the task duration will be decreased manifold.

Author: KS Preeti, Delhi

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