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Re: Which was the best Lib of GUI for python

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On Nov 3, 2008, at 10:53 PM, 3000 billg wrote:
I am a leaner. for your experience. Which GUI Lib will be the best
for Python? wxpython, Tkinter or...
I'm sure you'll get as many opinions on this as there are libraries.
However, I recently faced the same choice, and settled on wxPython.
I've been very impressed with the quality and "nativeness" that's
achievable with wx apps. You'll find a number of demos with the
wxPython distribution (already installed on your machine, if you're
using OS X 10.5), and it's well worth running them to give you a feel
for what it can do.

In addition to the quality apparent to the end-user (which I think is
the most important thing), I find the wx API to be quite sensible and
easy to work with too.

HTH,
- Joe
Nov 4 '08 #1
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On Nov 4, 9:39*am, Joe Strout <j...@strout.netwrote:
On Nov 3, 2008, at 10:53 PM, 3000 billg wrote:
I am a leaner. for your experience. Which GUI Lib will be the best *
for Python? wxpython, Tkinter or...

I'm sure you'll get as many opinions on this as there are libraries. *
However, I recently faced the same choice, and settled on wxPython. *
I've been very impressed with the quality and "nativeness" that's *
achievable with wx apps. *You'll find a number of demos with the *
wxPython distribution (already installed on your machine, if you're *
using OS X 10.5), and it's well worth running them to give you a feel *
for what it can do.

In addition to the quality apparent to the end-user (which I think is *
the most important thing), I find the wx API to be quite sensible and *
easy to work with too.

HTH,
- Joe
And the really cool thing about wxPython is that it has a fun and
helpful community. Be sure to join the wxPython mailing list if you go
with this toolkit. You'll learn a lot there.

Mike
Nov 4 '08 #2

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