Friday 6th July, 2012
12:15pm to 1:00pm
Programming GUIs in a quick and easy way has notoriously always been a desirable goal of almost any software project. Here we present the Slew Library, a small open-source Python library whose objectives are to be multiplatform, to support creating user interfaces in only a few lines of code, and to be compact and easily extensible.
In this talk we’ll explore the possibilities offered by the library, including showing how easy is to load complex interface definitions from XML resources, displaying them on screen and adding user event handlers. We’ll then move on describing the internal library architecture, detailing the current Qt backend for desktop support, hinting at future development involving pyjamas and/or emscrimpten backends for web 2.0 deployment.
Software architect, Converge SpA
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