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| || 04-05-06 || ||A.P.Rajshekhar ||81460 |
In this article, you will continue to learn about the process of building a GUI in PyQT. Specifically, you will learn about QDialog and QPushButton, which handle windows and buttons, the building blocks of most GUIs.
| || 03-29-06 || ||A.P.Rajshekhar ||111817 |
PyQT is used in Python for creating graphical user interfaces. This article gets you started with the basics of PyQT.
| || 03-21-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||260168 |
OpenOffice is a free, open source office suite with an API that allows developers to work with it in a number of languages. Python-UNO lets you work with the API in Python. This article gives you a taste of what you can do with it.
| || 03-14-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||434587 |
The Portable Document Format (PDF) lets you create documents that look exactly the same on every platform. Sometimes a PDF document needs to be generated dynamically, however, and that can be quite a challenge. Fortunately, there are libraries that can help. This article examines one of those for Python.
| || 02-21-06 || ||A.P.Rajshekhar ||395029 |
While data storage for applications is no longer considered complex, it is now simplified to the point that flexibility is sacrificed. There is a good compromise, however. In this article, you will learn how to access a a MySQL database with Python.
| || 02-14-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||87887 |
In this fourth article in our series covering the creation of a video game using Python and PyGame, we will code the internals of our game.
| || 02-07-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||210731 |
In PyGame for Game Development, I showed you the very basics of PyGame's graphical side. However, creating a game with PyGame requires a bit more. All the concepts described before need to be glued together somehow, and new concepts will need to be introduced in order to create a functional game. In this article, we'll do just that by tackling a working example of PyGame's capabilities—a Python-powered game.
| || 01-31-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||95955 |
In this second part of a tutorial covering PyGame, you will learn how to manage entire groups of sprites. You'll also learn how to test for collisions within your applications.
| || 01-24-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||145554 |
PyGame is a library for Python that allows you to develop computer games. It is also useful for very graphical applications. This article will help you grasp the basics of PyGame.
| || 01-17-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||31332 |
If you are looking for a way to embed Python within HTML you might want to take a look at a web environment called Spyce. Two of its advantages are its features and its flexibility. Keep reading to learn how you can Spyce up your programs.
| || 01-10-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||79085 |
Python users who engage in web development may appreciate some CherryPy. It is an object-oriented web development framework that allows you to develop web applications easily. It can run on its own server, or behind Apache. Keep reading to learn more.
| || 01-03-06 || ||Peyton McCullough ||44348 |
Since Python is not specifically designed for web development, a number of technologies created by Python users exist that aim to provide a web development environment. While the exact approach to the situation varies among each framework, a few of these frameworks really stand out in the crowd. One such framework is Karrigell. Read on to learn more.
| || 12-27-05 || ||Peyton McCullough ||136821 |
Templating makes it easier to handle dynamic content on web pages. One of the better templating frameworks for Python is Cheetah. Keep reading to find out more.
| || 12-13-05 || ||Peyton McCullough ||42457 |
We all know that objects are created from classes. But can a class be created from a class? Yes it can; this is called a metaclass. They give us a great deal of power when it comes to changing the behavior of a class. Python 2.2 supports metaclasses. Peyton McCullough explains.
| || 12-06-05 || ||Peyton McCullough ||30894 |
This article goes beyond the basics of object orientation in Python. It covers the interesting things you can do with new-style classes, including properties and attributes, as well as other useful information.