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Create GUI With Tkinter – Place Layout Manager

In this tutorial we are going to focus on the third of the layout managers in Tkinter, place, to get you on your way to building GUI applications. If you are curious about the other layout managers, or not sure which one to use for your projects, you can check out my other tutorials: Create UI using pack Create UI using grid Differences between pack, place and grid The Place

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Create UI with Tkinter – Grid Layout Manager

Today we are going to take a more detailed look at creating UI in Tkinter and Python and understanding how to arrange widgets with the grid layout manager. In previous tutorials we talk about designing your UI layout. If you are interested, check out: Create UI with Pack Tkinter When to Use Pack, Place or Grid So for this post, I really want to just jump right and help you

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Create UI with Tkinter – Pack Layout Manager

In today’s post, we will take a look at how to make a login UI just like the one above. Today’s tutorial will focus on how to build the UI using Tkinter and Python and how to use the pack layout manager. Designing the UI What is a layout manager? When you create graphical interfaces the widgets in the window must have a way to be arranged relative to each

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When to Use Pack, Place or Grid in Tkinter

Ever wanted to build a UI with Tkinter and Python? Have you ever wondered when you should use pack, place or grid in Tkinter? Or thought, “Which layout manager would make my UI easier to code?” How about, “Which manager would make my UI look better?” Well, today I got you covered with this tutorial! This time we will discuss the three types of layout managers in Tkinter – pack, place,

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I Participated in My First Ever Game Jam

I have been talking about making my own game for almost two years. Two years! In that time, I have made some games using Python and Pygame. I have also been studying and working and trying to enjoy life. But I always find myself still thinking about it. Wanting to take a chance. So when I noticed that Brackeys and others were hosting a new game jam, I just had

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Books for AI – August 2019

Reading is important. I believe we have all heard something like that in our lives. While doing research at college for my degree I remember watching a lot of YouTube videos. I also did a lot of Google searches. Often I found that I understood much of the knowledge of what I had viewed at the time. However, more often than not I found that I had not retained that

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Simple Introduction to Machine Learning

The field of Machine Learning isn’t a new one. In the recent decade or so it has really taken off with exciting new research and technologies. Today, we are going to take a brief look at why that is and try to understand the amazing potential of Machine Learning (ML). If you ever wanted to understand what ML can do, but didn’t know where to start, then this is the

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Create Buttons in Tkinter

Originally, the plan for this tutorial was to continue talking about layouts and the different layout managers in Tkinter. I was also going to include the Button widget. But then I started writing the tutorial and it was so jam-packed that I decided to separate them to make things much easier. So today let’s learn about a new and important widget, the Button widget. By the end of this tutorial,

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Use Tkinter to Design GUI Layout

Today’s tutorial might be a short, but very important, one when it comes to making a GUI: the layout. Previously, we talked about the basics of getting started with Tkinter – creating the window, and creating a Label to display text or images. However, I found that the layout of the window needed some work as boxes and images didn’t look very organized. So rather than teaching about Buttons or

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Create a GUI using Tkinter and Python – Introduction

You look at windows everyday on your computer or phone, click on links or type in boxes. But have you ever wanted to try and make your own? Today, let’s take a look at how to get started making our own window, or GUI, using Tkinter and Python. What is a GUI? Every time you interact with the screen on your computer or your phone you are more than liking

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