Popular Free Games allows you to create applications using the Python language. The Python language works on most computer platforms. Linux, Unix, Windows or MacOS.

     The software is presented here in its standard version. It is therefore a distribution containing the main Python and some popular modules. It also contains comprehensive documentation. The version for Windows contains the PyWin32 application, which is a set of extensions for developing for the Windows API.

     Finally, the software comes with Python Editor allowing you to easily edit your code in Python.
       ActiveState is designed to make it easier to install Python and use it on all major platforms. ActivePython offers the convenience of quick installation, coupled with commonly used modules, providing you with a package to meet your Python needs. For Windows users, ActivePython provides a suite of tools developed by Mark Hammond, a leading Python programmer.

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      ActiveState has just updated its distribution of the Python programming language to facilitate access to databases and the creation of graphical interfaces.

     ActivePython now allows secure connections to databases and web services, using the M2Crypto module for OpenSSL. It also now includes a good number of connectors, including those for MySql, PostGres and Oracle databases.

       Unfortunately, these new features are only included in the Business, Enterprise and OEM versions, but not in the free community edition.

      For graphical interfaces, this version adds "PyQt".
“PyQt” offers the possibility of producing interfaces using the QT multiplatform framework. PyQt contains 300 classes and more than 5,750 functions and methods.

The wxPython and Tkinter graphic libraries are also part of it.

       These libraries are obviously free and available for free download.
ActiveState integrates them into its multiplatform pack so that they are ready to use as soon as ActivePython is installed.
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