NiceGUI handles all the web development details for you. So you can focus on writing Python code. Anything from short scripts and dashboards to full robotics projects, IoT solutions, smart home automations and machine learning projects can benefit from having all code in one place. Offers all of the HTML user interface bits you'd expect. Flexible layout by default, supports HTML, CSS and Markdown. Charts, tables, diagrams, 3d visualization, automatic refresh.
Pretty heavy dependencies, but at least pip handles that for you.
pyglet is a powerful, yet easy to use Python library for developing games and other visually-rich applications on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It supports windowing, user interface event handling, Joysticks, OpenGL graphics, loading images and videos, and playing sounds and music. All of this with a friendly Pythonic API, that's simple to learn and doesn't get in your way.
The swiss army knife of lossless video/audio editing.
LosslessCut aims to be the ultimate cross platform FFmpeg GUI for extremely fast and lossless operations on video, audio, subtitle and other related media files. The main feature is lossless trimming and cutting of video and audio files, which is great for saving space by rough-cutting your large video files taken from a video camera, GoPro, drone, etc. It lets you quickly extract the good parts from your videos and discard many gigabytes of data without doing a slow re-encode and thereby losing quality. Or you can add a music or subtitle track to your video without needing to encode. Everything is extremely fast because it does an almost direct data copy, fueled by the awesome FFmpeg which does all the grunt work.
The Ladybird Web Browser is a browser using the SerenityOS LibWeb engine with a Qt GUI. Qt6 development packages and a c++20-enabled compiler are required (gcc-11 or clang-13 at a minimum).
Not another Chromium reskin or Webkit wrapper. This is a from-scratch project.
In the Arch Community repo.
In the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/ladybird-git
Build instructions: https://github.com/SerenityOS/ladybird/blob/master/Documentation/BuildInstructions.md
An AI assisted utility in which you scribble over something you want removed from an image, and it extrapolates and knits the surrounding background over it. CUDA enabled. Works with high resolution images just as well as boring ones. Multi-stroke support.
Create UIs for your machine learning model in Python in 3 minutes. Quickly create customizable UI components around your models. Gradio makes it easy for you to "play around" with your model in your browser by dragging-and-dropping in your own images, pasting your own text, recording your own voice, etc. and seeing what the model outputs.
Remi is a GUI library for Python applications that gets rendered in web browsers. This allows you to access your interface locally and remotely. There is also a drag-n-drop GUI Editor. Look at the Editor subfolder to download your copy.
No HTML knowledge is required, Remi does it all for you automatically.
Looks fairly straightforward to use, provided that you start using it at the beginning. I don't know how easy it would be to retrofit existing code.
Transforms tkinter, Qt, Remi, WxPython into portable people-friendly Pythonic interfaces, especially if you primarily do CLI tools. Tries to make it easy to build GUIs for applications, because ordinarily the process sucks. Supports several toolkits, including QT, WxPython, and Remi (if you want to turn something into a webapp); you can switch between those toolkits with a single line. No callback functions, that's all handled for you. Has a built-in debugger.
PyWebIO provides a series of imperative functions to obtain user input and output from the browser, turning the browser into a "rich text terminal", and can be used to build simple web applications or browser-based GUI applications without needing to have knowledge of HTML and JS. PyWebIO can also be easily integrated into existing Web services. PyWebIO is very suitable for quickly building applications that do not require a complex UI.
Interact with the REPL and see things happen in a browser window.
Can work alongside other webapp frameworks in Python, like Django, Flask, and FastAPI. asyncio out of the box. Supports third-party data visualization modules, like bokeh and plotly.
CEmu is a GUI application that empowers users to write assembly and test it by compiling it to bytecode and executing it in an QEMU-based emulator. CEmu combines all the advantages of a basic assembly IDE, compilation and execution environment, by relying on the great libraries Keystone, Unicorn and Capstone engines in a Qt powered GUI. It allows you to test binary samples, check your shellcodes or even simply learn how to write assembly code, all of this for the following architectures:
πmenu is a pie menu utility for X. πmenu receives a menu specification in stdin, shows a menu for the user to select one of the options, and outputs the option selected to stdout. Works like a UNIX-native utility: Reads an input, prints an output. Submenus. Pie slices with icons. Supports native Xresources. Very lightweight.
A cross platform Python frequency scanning GUI for the OsmoSDR rtl-sdr library.
Seems rather along the lines of gqrx, but in Python.
A boot selector for the Raspberry Pi. Interactively pick, download, and install multiple OSes for the RasPi to the same SD card. The selection can be changed later. Also lets you use USB drives for storing those OSes instead of an SD card. HDMI enabled.
Visualization and exploration software for all kinds of graphs and networks. Map and explore data points and entities. Trace links between entities. Analyze graph data for patterns. Can be extended with plugins (https://gephi.org/plugins/).
An interactive utility for building custom Raspbian images.
A free, open source application that makes manipulating SQLite databases easier. Designed with both people who aren't skilled with databases and administrators in mind.
A graphical application which lets you edit the unusually opaque GRUB2 config files. Right now, it's most handy on recent Ubuntu Linux machines.
A framework written in python for writing a MUD or interactivefiction. Can run as a console app or with a simple GUI that uses tkInter. Even has a webapp. Has a re-implementation of LPC-MUD's soul.c parser. Seems to be very complete insofar as IF is concerned, maybe the soul module will give me some hints for writing a parser.
Github repo: https://github.com/irmen/Tale