GUI programming on Python with Tkinter
One of most overlooked packages from The Python Standard Library is tkinter and it's child ttk.
Tkinter allows us to build graphic user interfaces without adding external dependencies, and with a bit of care, it allows for a good user experience.
While learning Python programming, I have been exploring tkinter/ttk as a tool for building user-friendly graphical interfaces.
I would like to share that experience and some of the insights that have arisen during that process.
Tkinter may not be able to replace a native GUI toolkit, but can certainly be an important addition to any developers toolbox,
both for personal use, or for bridging our code to less technical users.
About Victor Domingos
I was born in 1981 in Arcos de Valdevez and at the moment I live in Braga. I completed a 5 years degree in Psychology at
University of Minho by 2005 and, throughout my life, I have always been engaged into learning something.
I work as an Apple Product Professional at Promais. I started learning Python about 2 years ago and most of that
time I have been exploring the possibilities of Python/tkinter for building Mac-friendly graphical user interfaces.