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wxPython: How to Switch Between Panels

June 16, 2010 by Mike
Every couple of months, I'll see someone asking how to switch between two views or panels in a wxPython application that they're working on. Since this is such a common question and because I had it asked last week on the wxPython channel on IRC, I wrote up a quick script that shows how it's […]

wxPython: A Tour of Buttons (Part 2 of 2)

June 10, 2010 by Mike
In the last article, we covered a wide variety of buttons that come with the standard wxPython package. Now we're going to look at a whole bunch more! In case you haven't figured it out yet, wxPython takes Python's "batteries included" philosophy very seriously! In this post we'll look at the following buttons: wx.RadioButton wx.SpinButton […]

wxPython: A Tour of Buttons (Part 1 of 2)

June 9, 2010 by Mike
Most people don't really think about the widgets they use every day. Instead, they just take them for granted. The button is one of the most commonly used widgets that we use. From the keys on our keyboards to the buttons on door locks, we find them everywhere. They are even more prevalent in software […]

Python: Running Ping, Traceroute and More

June 5, 2010 by Mike
Last year I needed to figure out a way to get the following information with Python: get the route table, capture the data from pinging a series of IPs, run tracert and get information about the NIC(s) installed. This all needed to be done on a Windows machine as it was part of a diagnostics […]

A Quick EasyGui Tutorial

May 22, 2010 by Mike
Earlier this week, I was reading my copy of "Hello World" by Warren D. Sande and Carter Sande and in its chapter on graphical user interfaces, it mentioned a library called EasyGui. It's the first and only Python GUI project I've seen that's not event-driven. Instead, EasyGui is basically a set of dialogs that can […]

Book Preview: Python 3 Object Oriented Programming

May 20, 2010 by Mike
In late December, I was approached by Packt Publishing to write a book on wxPython. I turned them down because the editor's vision for the book and mine did not mesh. Anyway, I did end up accepting the job of being a technical editor for one of their upcoming books: Python 3 Object Oriented Programming […]
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