In recent years, Python has been experiencing a kind of second wind. Initially released almost three decades ago, it started rapidly growing in popularity at the end of 2017. According to the Tiobe Index, it sits comfortably in the Top 3 of the most popular coding languages worldwide.
As the number of programmers grows, so does the amount of frameworks, libraries, and other tools available. One of them is Kivy – a free and open-source library that allows you to create a cross-platform application without hassle. In this Python Kivy tutorial, an experienced Pythonista and Kivy user Mahmood Raouf will teach you all the tricks he’s got up his sleeve and show you how to use Kivy like a pro!
Nowadays, people are way less attached to their computers than they used to be. Internet is everywhere – in phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Hence, being able to develop cross-platform applications is a massive advantage in the IT industry.
It’s not enough to have a website anymore to be able to boast about unmatched online presence. Following this Kivy Python tutorial, you will learn to create apps that can be used on any device that supports Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, or iOS. You can even run the same code on your Raspberry Pi – how great is that?
As you will see as you go through this Kivy tutorial, this library is incredibly fast and flexible. Can you believe you can use it free of charge – even for commercial use? Another thing that makes it stand out of the crowd is excellent support for Multi-Touch, Windows 7 Pen & Touch, and other modern input methods.
Of course, this is not the only Python Kivy tutorial out there. However, most of them cannot offer the whole package: they either get you familiar with the very basics of the library or dive right into advanced aspects that get a rookie puzzled. Some even assume you already know the gist and only discuss the practical use, which is worthless without having some theory as your base.
To make sure you understand how to use Kivy, the course created by Mahmood Raouf has it all in one handy package. In just over three hours of this Kivy tutorial, he’s going to explain everything from the installation process and importing the library to building complex UX widgets, such as a spinner, a carousel, or an accordion.
Coding in Python can open up a vast field of possibilities. However, knowing how to use Kivy will let you move across it much more efficiently and save you tons of time. It is an excellent option for anyone planning to create a truly modern application that can be used smoothly and intuitively. Start learning today, and get to know Kivy in one short afternoon!
Course consist of total 3h 3min of content, in total.
A programmer with 7+ years of experience with Python and experience building applications with Kivy, and have experience in PyQt, PyGame, and Sl4A. I Build A Lot Of Android Games And Applications For My Use. And In My Work .. And I Will Upload New Courses For Kivy To Make People Able To Make Any Thing With ItSee All Instructor Courses