When I originally started this blog, it was mostly a brain dump on my part so I wouldn’t forget how I did something cool with Python. Later on, I decided to use it to also document what I considered under-documented portions of wxPython. If my posts drew enough interest, I would also re-work the post into a wiki page on the wxPython wiki.

Thus, if you ever have trouble finding documentation on some part of wxPython, you can drop me a line and I might write something up. But before you do that, be sure to check out the following resources first:

Here’s a couple of handy utilities that can help you figure out stuff about your application, like what styles and events a widget has or in the case of the Widget Inspection Tool, it can help you figure out why your layout is screwed up:

Hopefully these links will help you out on your wxPython learning experience. Don’t forget that wxPython has a great mailing list and a pretty nice IRC channel on freenode.

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