Here's what people are saying about wxPython...
wxPython is the best and most mature cross-platform GUI toolkit, given a
number of constraints. The only reason wxPython isn't the standard
Python GUI toolkit is that Tkinter was there first.
"Tkinter is dead, Java is dead, wxPython rules! That's all there is to say."
"I've written some rather involved applications with Python/Tkinter. wxPython beats it hands down... The widgets are better (being based on GTK for Linux) and the class setup is immediately useable. wxPython gives me a good reason to never even worry about using Java."
"The Python community needs to give up on Tcl and come join us. wxPython is wonderful stuff."
"BTW, great work! I've definitively switched from Tk. I work on Win32, anybody who works on Win32 should switch!"
I have just picked myself up off the floor having looked at the wxHTML stuff in the new beta! wxPython is moving from excellent to completely awesome very quickly indeed.
Thanks for such fantastic work on wxPython. As a newcomer to
Python the power of this GUI library blows me away. I will never
use anything else.
This toolkit has transformed the way I work.