Best Beginner GUI For Python?

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  • GitHub repo DearPyGui

    Dear PyGui: A fast and powerful Graphical User Interface Toolkit for Python with minimal dependencies

    There's also DearPyGUI, it's relatively new and not bad at all, I gave it a shot but I personally didn't really like working with it, needs you to set a huge amount of options to get a nice enough result, but the killer for me was that you can't align a text to the centre, the workaround offered by the dev was to add an entry title before your text and set a size to put the text in the centre, so I passed and went back to my beloved tkinter.

  • GitHub repo cefpython

    Python bindings for the Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF)

    If you’re familiar with JavaScript/html/css, look atCefPython . It can be used without any third party GUI. The very nice part is that Python functions/classes can be bound to JavaScript, to call them directly from JavaScript. I use it in conjunction with Flask, to easily serve html templates, and other files. Here is the basic tutorial/example: https://github.com/cztomczak/cefpython/blob/master/examples/tutorial.py

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