GUI in python

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  • kivy

    Open source UI framework written in Python, running on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS

    I'd recommend kivy. https://kivy.org/ OpenGL accelerated, cross platform - supports Linux, Windows, MacOS, RaspberryPi, and mobile... Android, OSX. It is a native python framework, and well documented. This is my preferred full-featured GUI. There is a sister project called kivyMD, that extends kivy with Material design widgets - https://kivymd.readthedocs.io/en/1.1.1/ this provides a clean very modern look.

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  • microblog

    The microblogging application developed in my Flask Mega-Tutorial series. This version maps to the 2024 Edition of the tutorial.

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