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Build a wxPython Image Viewer

The first episodes for our Build a wxPython Image Viewer series are ready with more episodes to follow over the coming weeks. In total we will have 10 episodes which walk you through building the Image Viewer from scratch, including the skeleton code you need to develop your own wxPython applications.

The series is aimed at Python users who have a little coding experience but no experience with wxPython. Exercises and background material are included.

The 3 minute overview will show you what we cover, then we develop a Skeleton wxPython Application (which you can use for your own applications) and discuss a Debug Tip and wxPython Naming Conventions.

This series is a part of our new Club ShowMeDo which already includes over 3 hours of Python tutorials for new Python programmers. Our current material covers reading/writing files, some popular IDEs, unit-testing with nosetests, refactoring and GUI programming.

The next episodes in the series covering wxPython menus, the file-open dialog and the status-bar will be published over the following week. If you’re a Member (join here) of ShowMeDo then you’ll receive our monthly Update Mail which includes details of the videos we publish.

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