How easy is it to create graphical user interface with Python?
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Mon Jan 21 15:53:56 CET 2002
Larry Wright wrote:
> Johan Trygg wrote:
>>I am a complete beginner to Python, but I have heard many good things
>>about it. I am thinking about creating a GUI software that will
>>contain some linear algebra, 2D plots (scatter, histogram, line plots)
>>and a nice GUI with menus.
>>I am currently using Matlab to do this but does anyone have experience
>>with Python to create such a software.
>>Hope to hear from you soon,
> I haven't written software exactly like you describe but I have written GUI
> apps with PyQT(http://www.thekompany.com/projects/pykde). It is quite easy
> to use and there is a book available online that covers it quite
> extensively (http://stage.linuxports.com/projects/pyqt/). It also comes
> with a GUI builder tool that makes short work of dialogs and widgets.
> I haven't used wxPython (haven't had any need), but it doesn't look much
> more difficult to use. IIRC, PyQT has more classes, however.
PyQT on Windows can only be used for non-commercial applications. I
programmed my first app with wxPython this weekend and it was fun.
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