guizero is a Python 3 library for creating simple GUIs.
It is designed to allow new learners to quickly and easily create GUIs for their programs.
from guizero import App, Text, PushButton app = App(title="guizero") intro = Text(app, text="Have a go with guizero and see what you can create.") ok = PushButton(app, text="Ok") app.display()
If you can download and unzip a file, you can install guizero - no special permissions or administrator rights are required.
If you have administrator rights and are connected to the internet, you can use pip to install guizero.
Comprehensive documentation can be found at lawsie.github.io/guizero including:
The aim of guizero is to make the process of creating simple GUIs quick, accessible and understandable for new learners.
- Works with standard Python Tkinter GUI library (and no need to install other libraries)
- Abstracts away details new learners find difficult to understand (such as Tkinter StringVar() objects)
- Accessible widget naming system to help new learners to build up a mental model
- Flexible enough to be used for projects up to A-Level standard, yet accessible to primary school children
- Comprehensive and accessible documentation with examples
- Generates helpful additional error messages
Contributions are very welcome - please see lawsie.github.io/guizero/contributing for notes, build and deployment instructions.
All issues should be raised on github.com/lawsie/guizero/issues
The authors of guizero have written a book for beginners which you can buy in print or download as a free PDF.