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The Dialogs of wxPython (Part 2 of 2)

July 10, 2010 by Mike
For the second half of this series, I discovered that there are even more dialogs than I originally thought. While it would have probably been a good idea to have split this into three parts, we're going to stick with just two. In this article, we're going to cover the following dialogs: GenericMessageDialog (AGW) ImageDialog […]

Pyowa - July 2010 Wrapup

July 3, 2010 by Mike
On Thursday, July 1st, we had our July Pyowa meeting. It was hosted by Matt Morrison at the IMT Group's building in Des Moines, IA. We had our largest attendance ever with a total of 15 men showing up. Tavern Pizza and pop were served, which was also a first...we've had pop before, just not […]

The Dialogs of wxPython (Part 1 of 2)

June 26, 2010 by Mike
Dialogs are an integral part of user interface design. We use them all the time. We find dialogs everywhere, in many shapes and sizes. In this article we will cover the following dialog types: wx.BusyInfo wx.ColourDialog CubeColourDialog (AGW) wx.DirDialog and MultiDirDialog (AGW) wx.FileDialog wx.FontDialog wx.MessageDialog That's a lot of dialogs, but there's still eight more […]

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 […]
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