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What's the best Python framework to make a mobile app?

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VulcanWMHacker

What's the best Python framework to make a mobile app?

Answered by OldWizard209 [earned 5 cycles]
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OldWizard209

If you are making an Android or iOS app, with Python, Android and iOS won't actually interpret that code. For that, you will need a Python mobile app framework to cross-compile the code for Android or iOS.

So here are a few frameworks I worked with and came across but never used. Also, I don't exactly know everything about all of them, so you might want to search things up lol.

Kivy
BeeWare
PyQt

Or you could use Tkinter and Django to launch websites.

Hope I helped!!!!

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VulcanWM

Thank you! I'll check them out.

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IrinaBatchelor

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MarkusVincenti

Hi friends. What do you think is the best company for your own mobile app development company?

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IMayBeMe

I would say Kivy, but if you could, it’s best to avoid python entirely and use something like swift or kotlin due to the fact that iOS and Android don’t actually interpret python

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VulcanWM

I'm trying to use Python because I'm using some kind of database in my app and swift and kotlin don't have functions for that database, but I'll check Kivy out

@IMayBeMe

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OldWizard209

that is where kivy comes in right? Kivy is supposed to cross-compile Python code and make it launchable. But yeah, Python's not the best language for mobile app development.

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