August 31, 2018 AT 3:05 pm
easygui – Create Graphical User Interfaces in Python 3 #Python @biglesp
Les has released easygui, an easy to use Python library to create Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) using nothing more than a function call. It is available via the pip3 package manager, and under Linux you can install it with pip3.
Easygui is simpler than
GUI Zero, a more full featured GUI package, but for ease of use, easygui is tops!
By the way, did you know that Adafruit’s favorite editor
Mu, the simple Python editor from Nicholas Tollervey, comes with GUI Zero pre-installed? You didn’t? Well you might want to try that out too!
Great work Les on easygui! See more on his blog.
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