Python Top GUI Frameworks For 2020 | Introduction & Installation

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Python Top GUI Frameworks For 2020 | Introduction & Installation

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In this video iam going to talk about Python Top GUI Frameworks For 2020, also iam going to talk about Installation of these GUI Frameworks with example for each one.
Python Top GUI Frameworks For 2020 | Introduction & Installation

1: PyQt5

PyQt5  is a Graphical User Interface GUI Framework for python. It is one of the best,  powerful and popular Python GUI Framework. PyQt is a binding of Qt5 C++ a gui framework for c++ developers. You can create program in pyqt5 using coding or a using qt designer a visual dialog that you can drag and drop UI widgets

PyQt5  is a free Python bindings software open-source widget-toolkit Qt, implemented for cross-platform application development framework. In the free version, certain features may not be available but if your application is open source then you can use it under a free license. PyQt is available on Windows, MacOSX, Linux, Android iOS and Raspberry Pi.

2: TKinter

Tkinter is the most popular programming package for graphical user interface or desktop apps. It is so named because of its simplicity. Tkinter is the combination of Tk and Python’s standard GUI framework.

Tkinter It provides diverse widgets, such as labels, buttons, and text boxes used in a graphical user interface application. The Button control also called widgets are used to display buttons in developed application while the Canvas widget is used to draw shapes (lines, ovals, polygon…) in your application. It is a built in library for python.

3: Pyside2 (Qt For Python)

Qt for Python offers the official Python bindings for Qt (PySide2), enabling the use of its APIs in Python applications, and a binding generator tool (Shiboken2) which can be used to expose C++ projects into Python.

Qt for Python is available under the LGPLv3/GPLv3 and the Qt commercial license.

4: Kivy

Kivy is Open source Python library for rapid development of applications that make use of innovative user interfaces, such as multi-touch apps. There are some features for kivy like.

Kivy runs on Linux, Windows, OS X, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi. You can run the same code on all supported platforms. It can natively use most inputs, protocols and devices including WM_Touch, WM_Pen, Mac OS X Trackpad and Magic Mouse, Mtdev, Linux Kernel HID.

Kivy is 100% free to use, under an MIT license, The toolkit is professionally developed, backed and used. You can use it in a commercial product. The framework is stable and has a well documented API, plus a programming guide to help you get started.

The graphics engine is built over OpenGL ES 2, using a modern and fast graphics pipeline.
The toolkit comes with more than 20 widgets, all highly extensible. Many parts are written in C using Cython, and tested with regression tests.

5: wxPython GUI Framework

wxPython is a cross-platform GUI toolkit for the Python programming language. It allows Python programmers to create programs with a robust, highly functional graphical user interface, simply and easily. It is implemented as a set of Python extension modules that wrap the GUI components of the popular wxWidgets cross platform library, which is written in C++.
Like Python and wxWidgets, wxPython is Open Source, which means that it is free for anyone to use and the source code is available for anyone to look at and modify. And anyone can contribute fixes or enhancements to the project.
wxPython is a cross-platform toolkit. This means that the same program will run on multiple platforms without modification. Currently Supported platforms are Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and macOS, and Linux.

Check my blog for more information
https://codeloop.org/python-top-gui-frameworks-for-learning/

PyQt5 GUI Development Full course
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD0iu3n-e_s&list=PL1FgJUcJJ03uO70zDLDF3oaTu6s2QLOPa

TKinter GUI Development Full Course
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jn3PH-fA4g&list=PL1FgJUcJJ03sm4WuVCPMbT0RIf2uMmoAj

wxPython GUI Development Full Course
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVE673wsCEQ&list=PL1FgJUcJJ03vIgXI9BvOBdoc0S3PuzcRb

Pyside2 GUI Development Full Course
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQTxJrDRCxg&list=PL1FgJUcJJ03tiCC6a7sF8NKLBPY4jRjmS