How to choose the right GUI toolkit ?
john106henry at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 9 22:30:36 CET 2006
Steve Holden wrote:
> You may find that it starts out fine, but becomes less satisfactory as
> the sophistication of your interfaces increases. Then the problem will
> be that migration to another platform demands a substantial rewrite of
> your application (I have done this for a fairly small app).
It all depends on what you need. You can always "drop down" to calling
> I don't think PythonCard gets much maintenance nowadays.
Funny you mention that. I started that discussion on the PythonCard
list only yesterday.
While it's true that the web pages hasn't been updated to follow up
with the developments, I am delighted to learn that there has been
quite a bit of work going on.
Again, it all depends on what your needs are. If you need to become
productive in a hurry, and you are not exactly chasing after the
latest widget, my recommendation is to go with PythonCard.
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