Using a browser as a GUI: which Python package
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Mon May 1 03:27:11 CEST 2006
John J. Lee wrote:
> "André" <andre.roberge at gmail.com> writes:
>>I would like to use a browser (e.g. Firefox) as a simple GUI
>>"framework". Note that this is to be done on a single user machine, so
>>the question of sandboxing is not really relevant here.
>>My ultimate goal would be to port the main features of two
>>wxPython-based apps I wrote (rur-ple and Lightning Compiler, both found
>>within a standard browser.
> If you can stick to Firefox, you might find XUL useful. There are
> various different styles of development that use XUL and Python -- a
> bit of Googling and reading should find them.
Bear in mind that I don't know what I am talking about, but I stumbled
across 'ZK' the other day put it on my list of thinkgs to check out. It
provides a range of XUL and XHTML widgets, see:
Has anyone tried this? I would really like to find a GUI toolkit that
allowed me to program XUL in Firefox using Python. ZK is not quite
that, but it looks close.
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