A framework and a set of enhanced widgets based on PyGTK
Kiwi is a framework and a set of enhanced PyGTK widgets designed to make building programs with graphical interfaces both easy to write and easy to maintain.
Kiwi consists of a set of classes and wrappers for PyGTK that were developed to provide a sort of framework for applications. Fully object-oriented, and roughly Smalltalk’s MVC, Kiwi provides a simple, practical way to build forms, windows and widgets that transparently access and display your object data.
Kiwi is inspired by Allen Holub’s Visual Proxy.
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