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2012-02-20 07:45:33 -0600 asked a question Implementing Sage on Website

Here is what I would like to do; please let me know what might be the best way/programs to use to do it:

*Write Python code, involving Sage commands/functions

*Have a website where user input is taken, and the code is run

*The output of the Python code is not to be displayed exactly; rather, the output of the Python code will be code of a TeX source file.

*The website should then display the output of that TeX source (either as an image or pdf, but in the webpage -- not something to be downloaded by the user).

Any help greatly appreciated (specifically with the best way to implement the code in the website, and also if anyone knows a good way to do the 4th *)!

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2012-02-19 08:12:08 -0600 asked a question Is sage supported with javascript?

If I am converting Python code to JavaScript, will it preserve the Sage functions and stuff? If so, which conversion tool is best?

Perhaps a better question: More generally, what do people think is the best way to implement Python code w/ Sage on a website?