Thread: GUI in Python?
09-21-2012, 05:54 PM #1
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GUI in Python?
Recently I've been thinking of making a small widget like application that takes input (shortened URLs) from the user and decode them to the original ones. I was thinking of using GUI, and Python is my language of choice, since it's easy to use and learn. I've started to learn Python. But when I googled about GUI in Python, there're several ways namely Tkinter, WxPython, EasyGUI, Qt, etc, etc. So the main question is what to use, and from where to learn? I want to make this just for learning purpose. And I don't want to go much deep into GUI stuff. I just want a single window, with a text box, a label, one submit button and one quit button. That's all.
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09-21-2012, 06:09 PM #2
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Wxpython, just try it out tht would be enoughHacking Is a Matter of Time Knowledge and Patience
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