RAD tutorials and tools for GUI development with Python?

Ravi Teja webraviteja at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 23:25:36 CET 2006

Jarek Zgoda wrote:
> Michael Ekstrand napisa³(a):
> > Glade + PyGTK + libglade does the trick. libglade (exposed as gtk.glade
> > in Python) allows you to load Glade interface files (the raw XML Glade
> > saves your interfaces as) and then connect to various signals, access
> > the widgets, etc.
> >
> > About as fast as anything I've found. Much slicker than VB (the only
> > previous RAD experience I'd had that I could actually do anythin in).
> GTK on Windows looks worse than wx, but is easier to program. Anyway, it
> is not as easy as, say, Delphi.

Indeed. The OP already indicates that he has experience with Delphi and
is trying to apply to a domain that Delphi dominated (to those who knew
it anyway) over a decade. The best solution then is not to do pure
Python solution but to bring it in to supplement Delphi in areas that
Delphi is not so good at.

Python for Delphi is excellent.

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