Python GUI Guide: Introduction to Tkinter
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Resources and Going Further
Creating a GUI can be a good way to offer an easy-to-use interface for your customer or create a slick-looking dashboard for yourself (and your team). If you would like to learn more about Tkinter, we recommend the following resources:
Try out the various widgets and play with different layouts to get the effect you are looking for.
Note: If you think the default Tkinter widgets look outdated (hello Windows 95!), check out the ttk themed widgets package. Widgets from this set have a much more modern and updated look to them.
Looking for even more inspiration? Check out these other Raspberry Pi projects:
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