Paul Rubin <email@example.com> writes:
> If you're just getting started and you're not trying to make something
> super slick, I'd suggest Tkinter. It's easy to learn and use, you can
> bang stuff together with it pretty fast, it's included with various
> Python distributions so you avoid download/installation hassles, and
> it's pretty portable across various desktop OS's (not mobile for some
There is also a very good tutorial site for Tk for various languages,
including Python <URL:http://www.tkdocs.com/tutorial/>.
> The downside is that you get industrial-looking UI's that implement
> typical GUI functionality but don't have ultra precise control or
> carefully crafted widgets like some of the other toolkits do.
The “themed Tk” extension is now part of the Python standard library
<URL:https://docs.python.org/3/library/tkinter.ttk.html> and allows
native look-and-feel widgets:
[…] new widgets which gives a better look and feel across platforms;
however, the replacement widgets are not completely compatible.
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