electron-python-example - Electron as GUI of Python Applications

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This post shows how to use Electron as the GUI component of Python applications. (Updated version of one of my previous posts.) The frontend and backend communicate with each other using zerorpc. The complete code is on GitHub repo. The following are copied from my original post. They should be the same. If there are inconsistencies, the README.md on the GitHub repo is more accurate.

https://github.com/fyears/electron-python-example

Dependencies:

zerorpc : git+https://github.com/fyears/zerorpc-node.git

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