Hi! Today I will show how to use python language inside your PCF, showing how the platform is so wide and you can do incredible things.
I'm a PCF lover 🥰, and when I love something in the technologic world, I try to understand each byte of the subject. In PCF I'm doing a lot of studies to better understand how works. And one thing that gave me curiously is that PCF use webpack to build the component. I thought, a lot of web components in the world use webpack, can we use too on PCF?
So I'm started to search what I can you on my PCF's? So I found a lot of cool things to use likes Sass(in the next post) and Python.
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