This is the final tutorial for the wxFormBuilder Gif Viewer. The final code will be provided.
In this tutorial you add code that will load the Gif file in the wx.animate.AnimationCtrl and then you can see the animation.
In this tutorial we add the wx.animate.AnimationCtrl so we can animate Gif images. Take note of the complexity of wx.BoxSizers to create a widget horizontal split.
Using wxFormBuilder we now add a listbox to list all the GIF images in a directory. You may notice the previous video tutorials were on my Fandangle Productions youtube channel. I have now created a new channel Python Bytes devoted … Continue reading
We are now getting closer to finishing the Gif Viewer using python, wxpython and wxFormBuilder. Now we add the code to populate the listbox with all Gif images found in a directory.
The next tutorial in this wxFormBuilder series explains how to organise the layout of your application using wxPython sizers. We add a Static Box Sizer and a Directory Picker.
In the last tutorial you created a python script that would fix up some of the wxFormBuilder code. In this tutorial you will create a new frameFixCleaner.py script that cleans up unwanted code and adds a main loop so your … Continue reading
This is part 4 of building a GIF viewer with python, wxPython widgets and building the GUI using wxFormBuilder. In the last tutorial we added main loop code to the wxFormBuilder generated code. But this didn’t work because we have … Continue reading
If you are reading part 3 of this series, it means I have your attenction and you are very interested in this tutorial series. You will learn how to build a GIF viewer using python, wxpython widgets and the free … Continue reading
Building a Python programming language GUI (Graphical User Interface) using wxFormBuilder is a breath of fresh air for me as a programmer/coder. Infact I’m quite sure a lot of noobies and seaoned programmers and coders would appreciate this series of … Continue reading