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Posted by Pete Koomen, Google App Engine Team On May 28th and 29th the Google Developer Team hosted Google I/O, a developer gathering in San Francisco.
PyChart is a Python library for creating high quality Encapsulated Postscript, PDF, PNG, or SVG charts. It currently supports line plots, bar plots, range-fill plots, and pie charts. Because it is based on Python, you can make full use of Python's scripting power.
What does it mean to Distribute a Python App? Distributing a pure Python app to other Python users usually means sending out a source archive and some unpacking instructions, or using distutils to do this for you. At the other end of the spectrum is sending out native executables, with all Python origins hidden.
Hacking Python Let the games begin. In this section I will explore different ways to customize attribute access.
It turns out that this nifty pyExcelerator program will let you write an Excel formatted document directly from Python. While you could always use COM automation with the Python Win32 extensions to make Excel documents, I think this library is the way to go. It lets you write an Excel file without even having to have Excel installed, and you don’t even need to be running on Windows. That’s pretty neat. It sounds like an easy way to offer an Excel output format option from your application or website, without requiring any messing with Windows or Excel. Sadly there wasn’t any friendly documentation for this project online, so here I offer my first code snippet using this package.
Defines descriptors, summarizes the protocol, and shows how descriptors are called. Examines a custom descriptor and several built-in python descriptors including functions, properties, static methods, and class methods. Shows how each works by giving a pure Python equivalent and a sample application.
This page is a stub. Over time, I hope to collect more Wax resources here. NOTE: Wax currently works (or is supposed to work) with wxPython 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124.
Package for using processes which mimics the threading module
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Find Your GUI Toolkit for Python based on your preferences PyGUI, Tkinter, Easygui, wxPython, PythonCard, pyQt, pyGtk, Jython (Swing & AWT), Anygui, FXPy, pyFLTK; which one is for you? All of these toolkits are good.
Soya 2.0 is coming! The most striking feature of Soya 2.0 is mini shaders. They allow to write Open GL / GL SL shaders so easily! With GL SL, you have to rewrite the entire rendering pipeline, even if you want to modify only a small part of it...
News pygame summer project updates 2012 - Jun 10, 2012 Pygame Google Summer of Code, 2012. - May 25, 2012 Thanks to the students, and mentors donating their time, along with the PSF, and Google, the following pygame related projects are ongoing over the summer. "Pygame: GUI toolkit" by Sam Bull (sambull), mentored by Mike Fletcher(mcfletch) and with backup mentor Robert Deaton (masquerade). ( Proposal | Blog )
» Python Web Frameworks: Are Template Languages Worth using, or is Python enough? - DevChix - Blog ArchiveLast year I was tasked with the job of evaluating web frameworks and template languages, picking a set of tools, and using them to rewrite chunks of our web framework, one chunk at a time.
Fredrik Lundh | Last updated July 2007 This note introduces the Element, SubElement and ElementTree types available in the effbot.org elementtree library .
This is a minimal crash-course in the programming language Python . To learn more, take a look at the documentation at the Python web site, www.python.org ; especially the tutorial . If you wonder why you should be interested, check out the comparison page where Python is compared to other languages. This introduction has been translated into several languages, among them Portuguese , Italian , Spanish , Russian , French , Lithuanian , Japanese , German and Greek , and is currently being translated into Norwegian, Polish, and Korean. Since this document still might undergo changes, these translations may not always be up to date.