Python GUI Toolkits

Python GUI Frameworks (Video)

In this tutorial, I talk about some of Python’s most popular GUI frameworks. You will learn the basics of graphical user interfaces. Then you will learn how to create a simple image viewer using wxPython. Finally, you will see how to rewrite the image viewer using PySimpleGUI. Related Reading Creating an Image Viewer with PySimpleGUI …

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PySimpleGUI: Drawing Text on Images with a Python GUI

The Pillow package lets you draw text on images using Python. This includes using TrueType and OpenType fonts. You have a lot of flexibility when adding this text to your images. If you’d like to know more, you should check out Drawing Text on Images with Pillow and Python. Note: The code and fonts used …

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Letting Users Change a wx.ComboBox’s Contents in wxPython

This week I came across someone who was wondering if there was a way to allow the user to edit the contents of a wx.ComboBox. By editing the contents, I mean change the names of the pre-existing choices that the ComboBox contains, not adding new items to the widget. While editing the contents of the …

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Getting Started with Qt for Python

The Qt Team recently posted that Qt will now be officially supporting the PySide2 project, which they are calling “Qt for Python”. It will be a complete port of the original PySide, which only supported Qt 4. PySide2 supports Qt 5. Qt for Python will have the following license types: GPL, LGPL and commercial. PySide2 …

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PyDev of the Week: Bryan Oakley

This week we welcome Bryan Oakley as our PyDev of the Week! I’ve met Bryan a few times in various Python-related forums and developer hangouts online. He’s a master at Tkinter and has answered a lot of questions about it (and Python) of StackOverflow and other places. I hope you will enjoy getting to know …

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