Thu 1 May 2014
Kivy is a neat package that allows Python developers to create user interfaces on mobile devices. You can also deploy the applications to desktops too. This is the second book I’ve seen put out on the subject. The first book, Kivy – Interactive Applications in Python by Roberto Ulloa came out last year from Packt Publishing. This year, we have Dusty Phillips’ work, Creating Apps in Kivy from O’Reilly. I will be reviewing the PDF version of the book.
- Why I picked it up:I picked this book up because I like the author’s previous work, Python 3 Object Oriented Programming
- Why I finished it: The book is pretty short and it’s interesting
- I’d give it to: Someone who already knows Python