Hello! Welcome to the wxPyWiki, (pronounced wix-pee-wi-kee) a collaborative document evolution system for the wxPython project, implemented using MoinMoin. Anyone can edit content here, you just have to follow TheRules or risk facing the RathOfRobin . To add or edit pages you will need to create an account and/or login.
The purpose of the wxPyWiki is to provide documentation, examples, how-tos, etc. for helping people learn, understand and use wxPython. Anything that falls within those guidelines is fair game.
Note: To get to the main wxPython site click here.
There are several types of information available here. Currently they are:
Installation -- How to install wxPython. (Don't forget to install the Docs & Demos!!)
How to Learn wxPython -- An overview of prerequisites and learning strategies.
Getting Started -- Hello World and basic concepts.
SizerTutorials -- A series of tutorials showing how to use the various sizers.
UsingSizers -- How to avoid common sizer misconceptions and pitfalls.
ShowMeDo -- Kyran Dale's excellent video series.
YouTubeVideoSeries -- wxPython Programming Tutorial on youtube.
www.learningpython.com -- A short, introductory tutorial.
zetcode.com/wxpython -- A comprehensive tutorial.
AnotherTutorial -- A comprehensive, linux-centric tutorial.
ObstacleCourse -- A series of self-teaching tutorials
self.Bind vs. self.button.Bind -- When to bind directly to the source widget
wxPython.org Reference -- A former attempt at Python-specific API docs.
wxClassesCheatSheet -- Shortcuts to the best docs for some of the main wx classes and methods.
wxPythonApplicationCookbook -- Book about developing wxPython applications
(note: many advanced topics are covered in wxPython Cookbook.)
wxPython Style Guide -- Elements of good coding style for wxPython
CreatingCustomControls -- Subclassing controls, creating and processing events.
CustomEventClasses - When your shiny new control does something exceptionally unique.
DeviceContexts -- Drawing directly to a windows client area.
Recipes and Examples:
wxPython Cookbook -- Recipes for cooking specific features using wxPython
Using wxPython Demo Code -- Explains how to take code from the wxPython Demo and use it in your own projects
wxPython by Example -- A simple example the illustrates several techniques that would be useful in a proper application.
FullyFunctionalDemo -- Meant to illustrate functionality, not style.
Frequently Asked Questions -- Answers to a few FAQs
Choosing wxPython over Tkinter -- Comparisons with the GUI toolkit distributed with Python
Choosing between wxPython and PyQT or PySide -- What is your favorite color? Blue. No. Ahhh!
Asking For Help -- Read this if you need help with your code.
Other Docs -- Including OSX help and hints
XRCInformation -- Information regarding XRC files, and usage under wxPython and C++
XRCTutorial -- An introduction and guide to using XRC
XRCAndI18N -- An internationalization experience lesson
XRCed Tutorial -- A walkthrough on building a basic wx app, from design in XRCed to the Python code to installation with py2exe/py2app.
UsingXmlResources -- Examples of XRC programs
wxPythonPit Apps -- Links to apps that use wxPython
wxPythonPit Libs -- Links to libs you can use in your wxPython apps
For wxPython developers and contributors:
wxPython Demo Update
Other wxPython-related projects:
AVC, Application View Controller -- a fully automatic, live connection among graphical interface widgets and application variables.
WxGladeTutorial -- How to use the wxGlade GUI to produce wxPython applications
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