Lesson-1: What is GUI? Python Tkinter Module
What is GUI? Python Tkinter Module
GUI (Graphical User Interface) decodes the Graphical User Interface. Allows us to run our algorithm in visual environments. Button, label, combobox, drop-down menu, chekbox v.b. algorithms that we have made together with many visual elements open in the window.
A command line was used to perform any operation on older generation computers and electronic devices that used a command-based operating system before the GUI. Users performed every operation on the computer through the keyboard and using commands. Later, in 1981, a group including Alan Kay, Douglas Engelbart and a group of researchers developed the first Gui at Xerox PARC so that users could use a more convenient personal computer. Later, Apple adopted the idea of a graphical user interface and used it on its computer, which came out under the name Lisa. Almost all operating systems that are now actively developing today use a graphical user interface.
As a result, a Graphical User Interface (Graphical User Interface) is a generic name used to refer to all icons, windows, buttons, and panels, rather than commands operated on computers and their outputs.
What Is Python-Tkinter?
Tkinter is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool that comes with the Python programming language. The fact that it comes with Python and has a simple structure has led to widespread use of Tkinter. Element (visual object) deficiencies are tried to be closed with various packages (additional codes).
Tkinter is an interface development module for Python. It is a C extension that uses Tcl/Tk libraries when looking at source code. After Python 3.0, the Tkinter module comes in python. You also don’t need to install this module.