[Tutor] Making a Python Window
Susana Iraiis Delgado Rodriguez
susana.delgado_s at utzmg.edu.mx
Mon Aug 22 18:51:08 CEST 2011
Thank you for tha advice! I'll look at your tutorial, and test the options
you're giving to me.
2011/8/22 Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>
> On 22/08/11 16:21, Susana Iraiis Delgado Rodriguez wrote:
> I want to start desingning and developing python interfaces, but I don't
>> know what library or tool can help me to accomplish my goal.
> Three are pros and cons to all the different options available.
> My personal recommendation is to use Tkinter, purely because it comes with
> Python and is one of the easiest to learn.
> wxPython and PyQt and pyGTK are all valid alternatives but you need to
> download and install them. Tkinter comes in the standard library.
> Windows XP. The interfaces I want to create will be very simple, just to
>> select a directory, entry some text, etc.
> You might find easyGUI is sufficient for your needs but its not a full GUI
> tool, it just makes using Python in a GUI environment slightly more user
> Personally I'd stick with Tkinter.
> You can find a short introduction to GUI programming in my tutorial, and it
> covers Tkinter and a short comparative example using wxPython.
> The latter is definitely a better bet if you want to move on to more
> sophisticated UIs, especially if you want to include features like printing
> (surprisingly difficult on Windows!)
> Alan G
> Author of the Learn to Program web site
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