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Programming language: C++
License: MIT License
Tags: GUI     GUI Development    
Latest version: v0.4.0

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README

(This library is available under a free and permissive license however, if you are using Dear PyGui please consider becoming a Sponsor)

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Dear PyGui is a simple to use (but powerful) Python GUI framework. Dear PyGui is NOT a wrapping of Dear ImGui in the normal sense. It is a library built with Dear ImGui which creates a unique retained mode API (as opposed to Dear ImGui's immediate mode paradigm).

Themes

Dear PyGui is fundamentally different than other Python GUI frameworks. Under the hood, Dear PyGui uses the immediate mode paradigm and your computer's GPU to facilitate extremely dynamic interfaces. Dear PyGui is currently supported on the following platforms:

Platform Graphics API Newest Version
Windows 10 DirectX 11 PYPI
macOS Metal PYPI
Linux OpenGL 3 PYPI
Raspberry Pi 4 OpenGL ES PYPI

In the same manner Dear ImGui provides a simple way to create tools for game developers, Dear PyGui provides a simple way for python developers to create quick and powerful GUIs for scripts.

Installation - Usage - Resources - Support
Features - Sponsors - Credits - License - Gallery

Installation

Ensure you have at least Python 3.6 64bit.

 pip install dearpygui
 or
 pip3 install dearpygui

Resources

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  • Contributor Documentation
  • User Documentation comprehensive documentation, tutorials, and examples.
  • Development Roadmap major future features and changes.
  • Feature Tracker all proposed new features.
  • Bug Tracker current bugs and issues.
  • Internal Documentation: Run the show_documentation command from within the library to view a reference guide.
  • Complete Demo: You can also view a mostly complete showcase of Dear PyGui by running: ```python import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg from dearpygui.demo import show_demo

dpg.create_context() dpg.create_viewport() dpg.setup_dearpygui()

show_demo()

dpg.show_viewport() dpg.start_dearpygui() dpg.destroy_context()


## Usage

Using _Dear PyGui_ is a simple as creating a python script like the one below:

Code:
```Python
import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg

def save_callback():
    print("Save Clicked")

dpg.create_context()
dpg.create_viewport()
dpg.setup_dearpygui()

with dpg.window(label="Example Window"):
    dpg.add_text("Hello world")
    dpg.add_button(label="Save", callback=save_callback)
    dpg.add_input_text(label="string")
    dpg.add_slider_float(label="float")

dpg.show_viewport()
dpg.start_dearpygui()
dpg.destroy_context()

Result: BasicUsageExample

Features

Plotting/Graphing

Dear PyGui includes a plotting API built with ImPlot

Node Editor

Dear PyGui includes a node editor built with imnodes

Canvas

Dear PyGui includes a drawing API to create custom drawings, plot, and even 2D games.

Tools

Dear PyGui includes several tools to help developers with DearPyGui app development: BasicUsageExample

Support

If you are having issues or want to help, here are some places you can go:

Sponsors

GitHub Sponsors Open Collective

If you enjoy Dear PyGui please consider becoming a sponsor.

Ongoing Dear PyGui development is financially supported by users and private sponsors.

These include:

Thank you to all other sponsors for keeping this project moving forward!

## Credits

Developed by Jonathan Hoffstadt, Preston Cothren, and every direct or indirect contributor.

Omar Cornut for all his incredible work on Dear ImGui.

Evan Pezent for all his work on ImPlot.

Johann Muszynski for all of his work on imnodes.

License

Dear PyGui is licensed under the MIT License.

Gallery

BasicUsageExample


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the DearPyGui README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.