Sunday, June 30, 2019

Fedora 30 : The Pythonic tool.

The tutorial for today is about Pythonic tool.
Named Pythonic is a graphical programming tool that makes it easy for users to create Python applications using ready-made function modules.
This tool providing the consistent features and characteristics of a trading bot with just a few clicks.
The Pythonic tool is currently available in four languages: English, German, Spanish, and Chinese. 
The tool comes with basic functions such as a scheduler, if-branches, connectivity, and logging functions are available out of the box and can be parameterized using a corresponding GUI.
Each graphical element is functionally processed individually.
The base idea is: A unique graphical input mask to carry out the parameterization necessary for processing, then after a process completes successfully, the returned result can be transferred to a subsequent process for further use.
You can use server processes can be placed in parallel in the background as listener applications that wait for external events and initiate the creation of a process when the event arrives.
Pythonic's data type list makes it easy to utilize different access techniques (push, pop, insert, append).
The install of this tool is easy on Fedora 30 distro:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ python3.7 -m pip install Pythonic --user
Collecting Pythonic
...
Successfully installed PyQt5-5.8.2 Pythonic-0.12 pandas-0.24.2 pythonic-binance-0.7.2
This is a screenshot with this tool.