From the Back Cover
Quickly discover solutions to common problems, learn best practices, and understand everything wxPython has to offer. This book is for anyone wanting to learn more about how to use the wxPython desktop GUI toolkit. It assumes some prior knowledge of Python and a general understanding of wxPython or GUI development, and contains more than 50 recipes covering various tasks and aspects of the toolkit.
wxPython Recipes guides you step by step. The book takes you through how to create user interfaces in Python, including adding widgets, changing background images, manipulating dialogs, managing data, and much more. Examples target both Python 2.x and 3.x, and cover both wxPython 3.0 and Phoenix, offering a complete collection of ideas to improve your GUI development.
About the Author
Mike Driscoll started coding in Python in 2006, where his first assignments included porting Windows login scripts and VBA to Python, which introduced him to wxPython. He's done backend programming and front end user interfaces, writes documentation for wxPython, and currently maintains an automated testing framework in Python. He also owns the popular site "Mouse vs Python" at pythonlibrary.org and has written for the Python Software Foundation, DZone and published Python 101 and Python 201.