Python 3 Tkinter CanvasPlus Widget to Display Graphics (Text and Lines) in Canvas Window GUI Desktop App Full Project For Beginners

 

 

Availability

To start, make sure you have CanvasPlus installed or cloned. You can do this with one of two methods.

Option 1: Pip

Pip install this package

pip install CanvasPlus

Option 2: Github

Download a zip file containing all files.

git clone https://github.com/Luke-zhang-04/CanvasPlus.git

 

 

EXAMPLE

 

 

#Imports
from CanvasPlus import CanvasPLus
from tkinter import Tk, StringVar, DoubleVar

#set up canvas
root = Tk()
canvas = CanvasPlus(root, width=800, height=800, background = "white")
canvas.pack()
#create circle function
canvas.create_circle(300, 600, 100, fill = "black", outline = "green", width = 3)

#create rounded rectangle function
canvas.create_round_rectangle(
    400, 550, 500, 650, radius = 75, fill = "blue", outline = "orange", width = 5
)   

#create arrow function and rotate it to by 310 degrees clockwise
arrow = canvas.create_arrow(600, 600, 50, 50, 150, 20, fill = "grey", outline = "black")
canvas.rotate(arrow, 600, 600, 310, unit="deg")

#create a rectangle and convert it to a polygon; then rotate it by pi/4 radians (45 degrees)
rect = canvas.create_rectangle(100, 550, 200, 650, fill = "#f7a8c6", width = 0)
canvas.clone(rect)
rect = canvas.poly(rect)
canvas.rotate(rect, 150, 600, math.pi/4)

#create an entry and set it's default value
content = StringVar()
canvas.create_entry(0, 0, anchor = "nw", textvariable = content, fg = "blue", bg = "gold")
content.set("This is CanvasPlus %s" % _canvasPlusVersion)

#create button to print the value in the previously cretaed entry
canvas.create_button(
    5, 25, anchor = "nw", text = "button", width = 50, highlightbackground = "red",
    command = lambda e = content: print(e.get())
)

#create checkbutton and toggle it
_, checkbutton = canvas.create_checkbutton(
    5, 50, anchor = "nw", bg = "brown", fg = "white", text = "My Checkbutton"
)
checkbutton.toggle()

#create a label
canvas.create_label(
    5, 75, font = ("Times", "24"), fg = "black", bg = "green", text = "By Luke-zhang-04", anchor = "nw"
)

#flip example
aPrime = canvas.create_polygon(500, 10, 500, 20, 550, 25, 600, 20, 600, 10, fill = "yellow", outline = "black")
a = canvas.clone(aPrime)
canvas.flip(a, m = .5, b = -200)

canvas.update()
canvas.mainloop()

 

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