You learned a lot about wxPython in this article. You became familiar with the basics of creating GUI applications using wxPython.
You now know more about the following:
- How to work with some of wxPython’s widgets
- How events work in wxPython
- How absolute positioning compares with sizers
- How to create a skeleton application
Finally you learned how to create a working application, an MP3 tag editor. You can use what you learned in this article to continue to enhance this application or perhaps create an amazing application on your own.
The wxPython GUI toolkit is robust and full of interesting widgets that you can use to build cross-platform applications. You are limited by only your imagination.