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An Intro to Kivy Layouts (Video)

June 23, 2022 by Mike
Learn how to layout your widgets in Kivy, a mobile GUI framework for Python. Kivy is a cross-platform GUI framework that also works on iOS and Android. The examples in this video are based on the code from Kivy 101: How to Use BoxLayouts  

Python 101 - Creating Multiple Threads

April 26, 2022 by Mike
Concurrency is a big topic in programming. The concept of concurrency is to run multiple pieces of code at once. Python has a couple of different solutions that are built-in to its standard library. You can use threads or processes. In this chapter, you will learn about using threads. When you run your own code, […]

How to Override a List Attribute's Append() Method in Python

November 10, 2021 by Mike
I had a use-case where I needed to create a class that had an attribute that was a Python list. Seems simple, right? The part that made it complicated is that I needed to do something special when anything was appended to that attribute. Watching for attribute changes don't work the same way for lists […]

Python 101 - How to Create a Graphical User Interface

September 29, 2021 by Mike
When you first get started as a programmer or software developer, you usually start by writing code that prints to your console or standard out. A lot of students are also starting out by writing front-end programs, which are typically websites written with HTML, JavaScript and CSS. However, most beginners do not learn how to […]

Creating an MP3 Tagger GUI with wxPython

September 22, 2021 by Mike
I don't know about you, but I enjoy listening to music. As an avid music fan, I also like to rip my CDs to MP3 so I can listen to my music on the go a bit easier. There is still a lot of music that is unavailable to buy digitally. Unfortunately, when you rip […]

Python 101 - Creating Multiple Processes

July 15, 2020 by Mike
Most CPU manufacturers are creating multi-core CPUs now. Even cell phones come with multiple cores! Python threads can't use those cores because of the Global Interpreter Lock. Starting in Python 2.6, the multiprocessing module was added which lets you take full advantage of all the cores on your machine. In this article, you will learn […]
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