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Building Desktop Apps with wxPython

Episode #326, published Fri, Jul 23, 2021, recorded Wed, Jul 14, 2021

Did you know I'm a fan of GUIs. You know, they are kind of like web pages, but they run on your computer, they have their own windows, and you can even use them offline! On this episode, we'll dive into wxPython with Mike Driscoll. He's back on the podcast to share his hard-won experience on building and distributing Python Window-based applications.

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Links from the show

Mike on Twitter: @driscollis
Creating GUI Applications with wxPython book: amazon.com
PySimpleGUI: pysimplegui.readthedocs.io
DearPyGui: github.com
wxPython: wxpython.org
wxPython Phoenix: github.com
wxWidgets: wxwidgets.org
wxFormBuilder: github.com
wxGlade: sourceforge.net
Balsamiq: balsamiq.com
RoboMongo: robomongo.org
Toga: beeware.org
api.nasa.gov: api.nasa.gov
PyInstaller: pyinstaller.org
URLify app: pyinstaller.org
wingware: wingware.com
openpyxl: openpyxl.readthedocs.io
Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Mike Driscoll
Mike Driscoll
Mike Driscoll has been programming in Python since 2006. He enjoys writing about Python in his blog, http://www.blog.pythonlibrary.org/ and contributes to Real Python too. Mike is the author of multiple books about the Python programming language, including Python 101, Pillow: Image Processing with Python and many others.
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