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Python GUI: Python For Delphi VCL vs wxPython

Are you an expert in desktop apps and GUI development who also want to work with Python because of its simplicity, flexible use, and growing demand in the market out there? Or are you a Python Developer at any level who wants to start a GUI development journey? If you check both of those boxes, then this article is for you. We will review the two examples of the most powerful Python Desktop…
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Python Windows App: Draw A Rectangle With DelphiVCL.Shape

DelphiVCL.Shape represents a geometric shape that can be drawn on a form. Add a Shape object to a form to draw a simple geometric shape on the form. TShape introduces properties to describe the pen used to outline the shape and the brush used to fill it. If the shape is only part of the image of custom control, use the methods of the control’s canvas instead.Browse all the…
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Compare DelphiVCL With Python GUI Frameworks Like Tkinter For Windows

Let’s compare the DelphiVCL form with other Python GUI frameworks (we take the GUI created in Section 5 as an example): DelphiVCL provides better OS integration and styling by default. It provides Windows-10 styling to make your GUI looks professional and up-to-date. DelphiVCL even provides Windows right-click functionality by default. Compared with PyQt that lacks OS integrations…
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Python: Getting Started with DelphiVCL II: Breakdown The Form Components

This Section will break down the code example to create a simple Form app as presented in Section 5. These steps are essential for Python Developers to be familiar with Delphi VCL methods, events, and properties, to enable you in creating professional Windows Apps, without installing Delphi. Below are the explanations of code example in Section 5: Import the module: from DelphiVCL import…
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