If you’re new to wxPython but not new to XML, you might find this article useful to you. Why? Because wxPython supports XRC, an XML file format that describes the GUI in XML, duh. In fact, wxPython’s Documentation & Demos package includes an editor just for creating and manipulating these files that is called, XRCed. This article will take you on a journey to see XRCed’s features and general usage. (more…)
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Have you ever wondered if you could create a wxPython program using XML? Well, I never did either, but there is a way and its name is XRC. In fact, wxPython comes with an editor called XRCed that you can use to layout your GUI and generate the XML code with. In this article, we’ll give you a quick walk-through of XRC and how to use it to create a couple GUI skeletons. We will look at two examples that use only XRC controls and then a third that mixes in some additional non-XRC widgets. (more…)