Remember you can return any string you want from your Python
request_handler function including valid html, which means you can take advantage of any sort of html stuff.
Consider this test page I have up now:
This is currently a drawing served by the following code:
Details on how to work with html graphics are found here and we can always help on piazza and in office hours
Also consider using a DOM-based graphics implementation like SVG (I prefer this over Canvas, but if you're rendering a lot of stuff, canvas is probably better for speed).
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