A modern and pythonic GUI library
Reflection is a wrapper around tkinter with support for Python 2 and 3.
It aims to be a more intuitive way of creating graphical interfaces, while keeping the ability to modify widgets in any way you want. Although still in alpha, things are looking good for development. The next versions will bring event handling, new widgets and window manager interactions.
Support for the following widgets:
- Application (tkinter.Tk)
- Window (tkinter.Toplevel)
- Frame (tkinter.Frame)
- Text (tkinter.Label)
- Image (tkinter.Label)
- Button (tkinter.Button)
- Entry (tkinter.Entry)
Support for more than 30 image types (requires the PIL library)
Custom styles to personalize interfaces
Getting started is easy. Just download the latest version from PyPi.org:
pip install reflection
Note: You may need to replace pip with pip3 if you plan on using reflection in Python 3.
Reflection is still in alpha, so bugs are to be expected. The semantics of the library may change a great deal over time.
If you’ve found a bug or have a question, please open an issue on GitHub here.
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