[CentralOH] PySide Framework
mark at microenh.com
Thu Jan 27 23:47:25 CET 2011
Cool. Will you be able to do a demo at an upcoming COhPy meeting?
On Jan 27, 2011, at 2:07 PM, James -- Atlantix wrote:
> Just a general announcement for the GUI community within Python. Atlantix has developed a PySide framework somewhat akin to Django, but targeted for GUI apps built with PySide (formerly PyQt.)
> After developing several internal GUI's for various applications, it became apparent that a framework was needed that has the basic ingredients: File pull down menu with various options, Project pull down with various options, and an About pull down. In addition, there are auto functions which parse a .UI file and convert the .UI to .py for PySide. In addition, a whole graphics sub framework has been developed using Qwidget generic classes that enable interactive plotting to Matplotlib, however, without the expense and overhead of Matplotlib. Often, Matplotlib is touted as such a great program, and it truly does have value. But we have found that it has serious drawbacks when incorporating into GUI's and the consequent effects on speed and reliability. Let alone that Matplotlib is a show stopper when it comes to creating .exe versions of GUI's.
> Atlantix looks forward to competing with such products as Camelot (www.python-camelot.com) and other frameworks.
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