In Progress: Writing Widgets in Python, Part 6: Building a Drawing Tool
December 2003 | Fredrik Lundh
This article is being updated. If you prefer to read the finished version, please check back in a couple of weeks!
The Widget Construction Kit (WCK) is a programming interface that you can use to create new widgets for Tkinter and other toolkits, in pure Python.
This is the sixth article in a series. In this article, we’ll look at how to implement a graphics canvas, and how to build a simple graphics editor using that canvas.
Not much here yet!
That’s all for today.
While waiting, feel free to play with the code we’ve produced this far, and the demo scripts provided with the Tkinter 3000 WCK library.
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