Dear PyGui: A fast and powerful Graphical User Interface Toolkit for Python with minimal dependencies

Dear PyGui

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Dear PyGui is a simple to use (but powerful) Python GUI framework. Dear PyGui is NOT a wrapping of Dear ImGui in the normal sense. It is a library built with Dear ImGui which simulates a traditional retained mode GUI (as opposed to Dear ImGui's immediate mode paradigm).


Themes

Dear PyGui is fundamentally different than other Python GUI frameworks. Under the hood, Dear PyGui uses the immediate mode paradigm and your computer's GPU to facilitate extremely dynamic interfaces. Dear PyGui is currently supported on the following platforms:

Platform Rendering API
Windows 10 DirectX 11
macOs Metal
Linux OpenGL 3

In the same manner Dear ImGui provides a simple way to create tools for game developers, Dear PyGui provides a simple way for python developers to create quick and powerful GUIs for scripts.

Installing - Usage - Resources - Support
Features - Sponsors - Credits - License

Installation


Ensure you have at least Python 3.6 64bit.

pip install dearpygui
or
pip3 install dearpygui

Resources


  • Documentation comprehensive documentaion, tutorials, and examples.
  • Development Roadmap future features and changes.
  • Internal Documentation: Run the show_documentation command from within the library to view an reference guide.
  • Complete Demo: You can also view a mostly complete showcase of Dear PyGui by running the show_demo command found in dearpygui.demo.

Usage


Using Dear PyGui is a simple as creating a python script like the one below:

Code:

from dearpygui import core, simple

def save_callback(sender, data):
    print("Save Clicked")

with simple.window("Example Window"):
    core.add_text("Hello world")
    core.add_button("Save", callback=save_callback)
    core.add_input_text("string")
    core.add_slider_float("float")

core.start_dearpygui()

Result:
BasicUsageExample

Some Features


Plotting/Graphing

Dear PyGui includes a plotting API (ImPlot Wrapping)

Themes

Dear PyGui currently includes 10 themes and you can create your own:
Themes

Canvas

Dear PyGui includes a drawing API to create custom drawings, plot, and even 2D games.
BasicUsageExample

Tools

Dear PyGui includes several tools to help developers with DearPyGui app development including built-in documentation, logging, source viewer, and other tools:
BasicUsageExample

Support

If you are having issues or want to help, here are some places you can go:

Sponsors


If you enjoy Dear PyGui please consider becoming a sponsor.

Ongoing Dear PyGui development is financially supported by users and private sponsors.

These include:

Thank you to all other sponsors for keeping this project moving forward!

Credits


Developed by Jonathan Hoffstadt, Preston Cothren, and every direct or indirect contributor.

Omar Cornut for all his incredible work on Dear ImGui.

Evan Pezent for all his work on ImPlot

License


Dear PyGui is licensed under the MIT License.

Comments
  • Can't Run Provided Sample Code

    Can't Run Provided Sample Code

    Describe the bug When attempting to run the code found at https://github.com/RaylockLLC/DearPyGui#usage, an error is given:

    Traceback (most recent call last): File "c:\Users\dylan\Desktop\Programming\dpygui\tempCodeRunnerFile.py", line 1, in from dearpygui.dearpygui import * ImportError: DLL load failed while importing dearpygui: The specified module could not be found.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Copy code, paste code
    2. Run
    3. See error

    Additional context Python Version: 3.8.1 DearPyGui Version: 0.1.0a21 Code Editor: VSCode Platform: Windows 10 v 1909 (18363.959)

    I tried a simple uninstall-reinstall, but the behavior wasn't any different. Very neat project, looking forward to seeing this grow. Hello from Reddit!

  • could Not Find a version that satisfies the requirement (aka Unable to install in Macintosh Python 3.91 (Big Sur))

    could Not Find a version that satisfies the requirement (aka Unable to install in Macintosh Python 3.91 (Big Sur))

    This may affect other 3.9x install platforms? I was only able to test Python 3.91 Macintosh.

    DearPyGui version - v0.6.166+ (5c74d61?) downloaded directly from Github ~14:00ish on 2/10/2021

    Mac OS X Big Sur 11.2.1 Python 3.9.1 (default, Feb 2 2021, 22:54:59) [Clang 12.0.0 (clang-1200.0.32.29)] on darwin

    Unable to use PIP to install dearpyGui.

    (intelworking) [email protected] scripts % pip install dearpygui
    ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement dearpygui
    ERROR: No matching distribution found for dearpygui
    

    Looking at verbose mode, "Skipping link: none of the wheel's tags match:" is plastered on all of the links.

    Comparing it to the tags produced below, so the arm64, and universal2 tags.

    (intelworking) [email protected] scripts % python3 -c"from packaging import tags; print('\n'.join([str(t) for t in tags.sys_tags()]))" |head -5 cp39-cp39-macosx_11_0_arm64 cp39-cp39-macosx_11_0_universal2 cp39-cp39-macosx_10_16_universal2 cp39-cp39-macosx_10_15_universal2 cp39-cp39-macosx_10_14_universal2

    I have tried this in Rosetta 2, as well as in M1 Native. I have had no issues with python libraries in Rosetta 2, including Cryptopgraphy, PyMuPDF, etc. So Rosetta2 (Intel Translation) mode does not appear to be the issue.

    I'll be happy to assist in troubleshooting, testing, etc.

  • Import issue on SOME Windows systems

    Import issue on SOME Windows systems

    Version of Dear PyGui: Latest (Tested on 0.4.0 and others as well)

    Operating System: Windows 8/10

    My Issue/Question

    Lately I was asked by colleagues who use Windows to share with them the app I was developing using this DPG. I packaged the app for them and some reported that it didn't work, while others had no issue whatsoever. Some were running Windows 8 and others Windows 10. Long story short, after hours of trying to figure this out I grabbed a computer I had lying around and fired up Windows on it. It didn't work on it so I installed Python 3.7.9 and DPG. Simply running the Python console I got the following error:

    >>> import dearpygui.core
    Traceback (most recent call last):
        File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
    ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
    

    Bingo!

    The main culprit was DX11 so I ran dxdiag but all seemed correct and all DX features were enabled.

    This might be a bug of the main lib, but since I used DPG I thought I'd go here first. Also, @hoffstadt is an awesome maintainer :)

  • run_async_function is prohibitively slow

    run_async_function is prohibitively slow

    DearPyGui Version: 0.6.42 Operating System: Windows 10

    run_async_function() can be extremely slow depending on what you ask it to do. This can make DPG unusable for computation intensive applications, since, for example, loading data using a DPG gui leaves you either locking up the gui completely (by not using run_async) or waiting forever for the data to load (when using run_async) where a script would load it much quicker.

    Here is a minimal example where a call to print grinds run_async_function to a halt:

    from dearpygui.core import *
    from dearpygui.simple import *
    import time
    
    def slow_callback(sender, data):
    	c = 0
    	for i in range(0, 1024):
    		print(i)
    		c += i
    
    t1 = time.time()
    slow_callback(None, None)
    t2 = time.time()
    print('main thread time:', t2-t1)
    
    set_threadpool_high_performance()
    t1 = time.time()
    run_async_function(slow_callback, None, return_handler=lambda s, d: print('dpg thread time:', time.time() - t1, flush=True))
    start_dearpygui()
    

    output:

    main thread time: 0.007995367050170898
    dpg thread time: 16.691800117492676
    

    This also occurs for me when manipulating numpy arrays. I haven't tried lists and other pythonic statements yet (related issues: #349 #370 )

  • Window never appears if created with option no_focus_on_appearing on second time

    Window never appears if created with option no_focus_on_appearing on second time

    Version of Dear PyGui

    Version: 0.8.16 Operating System: Windows 10

    My Issue/Question

    Window never appears if created with option no_focus_on_appearing=True on second time i.e. window get created but never comes into foreground. Earlier i was thinking after setting up value rendering stop but that is not the case.

    image

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    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Run the code

    Expected behavior

    post setting up value by button on typing window should created and appear as well just it should not have the focus. Currently window is created but not appearing.

    Screenshots/Video

    XXX (you can drag files here)

    Standalone, minimal, complete and verifiable example

    import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg
    
    def childwindow(sender):
        if dpg.does_item_exist(3):
            dpg.add_text('Child Window exist', parent=1)
        with dpg.window(label='Child Window', id=3, width=150, height=100, pos=(160,100), no_focus_on_appearing=True):
            dpg.add_text('Child Window', id=36)
    
    def setvalue():
        dpg.set_value(item=2,value='Value has been set')
        dpg.delete_item(3)
    
    with dpg.window(label='Main Window', id=1, width=500, height=500):
        dpg.add_input_text(label='window button', id=2, callback=childwindow)
        dpg.add_button(label='button', id=4, callback=setvalue)
    
    dpg.start_dearpygui()
    
    
  • Abort:  Closing a window while using the Debug window to view its info

    Abort: Closing a window while using the Debug window to view its info

    9C99D890-F0E6-4103-A3FD-404FA347C80A

    I was viewing the info for the "View Console" window in the debug window and click the X to close it. That aborted the whole program. I tested it without using the debug window and that works fine.

    Here is the MacOS error:

    56CEC5D5-FC90-402C-B0C4-894ACE622D92

  • dearpygui function cannot read/write txt file

    dearpygui function cannot read/write txt file

    I try to read & write the text file thru dearpygui widget button callback, but fail. if I code below directly in python, it works with open('setting.txt','r') as wf: content = wf.readlines() print(content)

    but if code as below, I cannot read/write the content from/to txt file from dearpygui.dearpygui import *

    def savesetting(sender,data): with open('setting.txt','r') as wf: # wf.write("setting") content = wf.readlines() print(content)

    add_button("save setting",callback=savesetting)

    start_dearpygui()

  • ModuleNotFoundError

    ModuleNotFoundError

    **Version of Dear PyGui: **

    Version: 0.1.0b12

    OS

    Operating System: Windows 10

    My Issue/Question I get a ModuleNotFoundError when i try to start the hello world example.

    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'dearpygui.dearpygui'; 'dearpygui' is not a package

    To Reproduce

    I installed through pip with pip install dearpygui

    I firstly did try to start with an old environment (python 3.7.3) this had the mentioned result. Afterwards I made a fresh environment with python 3.7.7 and this had the same result.

    Standalone, minimal, complete and verifiable example:

    from dearpygui.dearpygui import *
    
    add_text("Hello world")
    add_button("Save", callback="save_callback")
    add_input_text("string")
    add_slider_float("float")
    
    def save_callback(sender, data):
        print("Save Clicked")
    
    start_dearpygui()
    
  • Future Higher Level API

    Future Higher Level API

    Have you considered implementing a declarative API similar to Flutter? This may or may not be a good fit for this project, but I think it's at least worth considering.

  • Menu Accelerator Keys

    Menu Accelerator Keys

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. when using set_key_press_callback() all keys are registered to the handler and callback

    Describe the solution you'd like it would be useful to keys to be registered by name and also have * or the default to be the all keys

    Additional context This should also be considered on set_key_down_callback() & set_key_relese_callback()

  • Apple Silicon / ARM Support?

    Apple Silicon / ARM Support?

    Version of Dear PyGui

    Version: 1.1.3 Operating System: macOS Monterey on Apple Silicon (M1 Max)

    My Issue/Question

    Cannot install dearpygui package with pip

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. On macOS Monterey on a M1 Max (probably any M1)
    2. Try to install dearpygui: pip install dearpygui

    Expected behavior

    DearPyGUI is installed

    Actual behavior

    Error:

    (venv) ➜  pip install dearpygui
    ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement dearpygui (from versions: none)
    ERROR: No matching distribution found for dearpygui
    (venv) ➜  python -V
    Python 3.10.1
    

    Thoughts

    I think this is because there is an x64 Intel macOS wheel but not an ARM64 macos wheel.

  • Keyword

    Keyword "before" of draw_node, draw_layer only work at creation, not work after creation or callback.

    Version of Dear PyGui

    Version: 1.8.0 Operating System: Windows 11

    My Issue/Question

    Keyword "before" of draw_node, draw_layer only work at creation, not work after creation or callback.

    To Reproduce

    Python code below. add or remove to see the difference: before="draw_node_1". click red or yellow checkbox.

    Expected behavior

    Able to bring_to_back the newly created draw_node or draw_layer, using dpg.configure_item().

    Screenshots/Video

    2022-11-29_184954

    Standalone, minimal, complete and verifiable example

    import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg
    dpg.create_context()
    
    with dpg.window():
    
        with dpg.drawlist(width=300, height=300):
    
            with dpg.draw_node(tag="draw_node_1"):
                dpg.draw_rectangle(pmin=[50, 50], pmax=[150, 150], color=[255, 0, 0, 255], fill=[255, 0, 0, 255])
    
            with dpg.draw_node(tag="draw_node_2", before="draw_node_1"):  # , before="draw_node_1"
                dpg.draw_rectangle(pmin=[100, 100], pmax=[200, 200], color=[255, 255, 0, 255], fill=[255, 255, 0, 255])
                # dpg.configure_item("draw_node_2", before="draw_node_1")
    
            with dpg.draw_node(tag="draw_node_3"):
                dpg.draw_rectangle(pmin=[150, 150], pmax=[250, 250], color=[0, 0, 255, 255], fill=[0, 0, 255, 255])
    
    
        def bring_to_front_(sender, app_data, user_data):
            if dpg.get_item_alias(sender) == "red_button":
                dpg.configure_item("draw_node_1", before="draw_node_2")
                dpg.configure_item("yellow_button", default_value=False)
            else:
                dpg.configure_item("draw_node_2", before="draw_node_1")
                dpg.configure_item("red_button", default_value=False)
        dpg.add_text("Bring to front")
        dpg.add_checkbox(label="Red", tag="red_button", callback=bring_to_front_)
        dpg.add_checkbox(label="Yellow", tag="yellow_button", callback=bring_to_front_)
    
    dpg.create_viewport()
    dpg.setup_dearpygui()
    dpg.show_viewport()
    while dpg.is_dearpygui_running():
        dpg.render_dearpygui_frame()
    dpg.destroy_context()
    
  • Image series'

    Image series' "show" state failed to switch

    Version of Dear PyGui

    Version: 1.6.2. Operating System: Windows 11

    My Issue/Question

    Plot legend with build-in toggle handles didn't change the image series' 'show' state during switching.

    To Reproduce

    use the code below to see there isn't any change during switching.

    Expected behavior

    image serie's 'show' configuration is True when it is rendered and False otherwise.

    Screenshots/Video

    None

    Additional context

    Linked with issue #1961

    Standalone, minimal, complete and verifiable example

    import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg

    def _on_demo_close(sender, app_data, user_data): dpg.delete_item(sender) dpg.delete_item("__demo_texture_container")

    if name == "main": dpg.create_context()

    plot_area_size = 800
    ref_ratio = .75
    dpg.create_viewport(title='Radiation Calculation', width=1080, height=720)
    with dpg.window(label="Test", width=1300, height=1000, on_close=_on_demo_close, pos=(100, 100), tag="Primary"):
        with dpg.plot(label="Image Plot", height= plot_area_size*ref_ratio, width= plot_area_size, tag = "Plot_Plot0",):
            X_axis = dpg.add_plot_axis(dpg.mvXAxis, label="x axis", tag = "Plot_Xaxis")
            Y_axis = dpg.add_plot_axis(dpg.mvYAxis, label="y axis", tag = "Plot_Yaxis")
            # you may use the build-in legend and see their behavior
            dpg.add_plot_legend(tag = "Plot_Legendtest_0")
    
    texture_data1 = []
    for i in range(100*100):
        texture_data1.append(125/255)
        texture_data1.append(100/255)
        texture_data1.append(255/255)
        texture_data1.append(255/255)
    
    dpg.add_texture_registry(tag="__demo_texture_container")
    dpg.add_static_texture(100, 100, texture_data1, parent="__demo_texture_container", tag="__demo_static_texture_1", label="Static Texture 1")
    dpg.add_image_series("__demo_static_texture_1", [0, 0], [100, 100], label="static 1", parent = "Plot_Yaxis", tag = "Plot_Imtest_0")
    last_config = dpg.get_item_configuration("Plot_Imtest_0")
    
    dpg.setup_dearpygui()
    dpg.show_viewport()
    dpg.set_primary_window("Primary", True)
    
    count = 0
    while dpg.is_dearpygui_running():
        present_config = dpg.get_item_configuration("Plot_Imtest_0")
        if count%1000 == 0:
            print(f"regular configure\npresent config = {str(present_config)}\n*******************\n\n")
            count = 0
    
        for i in present_config:
            if present_config[i] != last_config[i]:
                print(f"diff at config {i} with last value{last_config[i]} and present value{present_config[i]}")
      
        if dpg.is_key_pressed(dpg.mvKey_Escape):
            break
    
        children = dpg.get_item_children("Plot_Legendtest_0")
        for i in children:
            for ii in children[i]:
                print(dpg.get_item_alias(children[1][i]))
        children = dpg.get_item_children( "Plot_Imtest_0")
        for i in children:
            for ii in children[i]:
                print(dpg.get_item_alias(children[1][i]))
    
        dpg.render_dearpygui_frame()
        last_config = present_config
        count += 1
    
    dpg.destroy_context()
    
  • feature for plot's build-in legend and its toggle handle

    feature for plot's build-in legend and its toggle handle

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. I can't get control of plot's automatically added legend, nor legends' toggle handles for image series. They are not children or descendants of the plot item.

    Describe the solution you'd like Treat build-in features as real items and thus we can manage their behaviors. More precisely, for auto-added legends, set them as the plot's child if there is no other legend. Same for the legends' toggle handles but it applies for every legend, no matter if it is automatically added or not.

    Describe alternatives you've considered No idea yet.

    Additional context It comes with a problem where I try to add annotations for image series and found the annotations won't hide along with the seires. I checked the image series' 'show' statements and found the toggle handles didn't change the state. I will also raise the bug issue about this.

  • Error series with same label as series not linked to it

    Error series with same label as series not linked to it

    Version of Dear PyGui

    Version: 1.8.0 Operating System: Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (same behaviour was observed on Fedora 36)

    My Issue/Question

    If my understanding is right, using add_error_series with the same label as another series, such as a line series, will 'link' that error series to the line (for example they should have the same color). However, this is not what happens : the error series is white (and not of the color of the lines series), and the series label shows up two times in the legend. This happens when using the dpg demo (using show_demo), but not when using the implot demo directly (using show_implot_demo), hinting at a problem with dpg.

    To Reproduce

    1. Create a plot, an x and a y axis
    2. Add a line series to that y axis with a certain label (for example "Line")
    3. Add an error series with the same label as the line series
    4. Optionally, add a plot legend

    Expected behavior

    The error series should be of the same color as the line series. The series name show only once in the plot legend. The observed behaviour show that the two series are not linked together but, in fact, independant.

    Screenshots/Video

    Observed behaviour:

    Observed behaviour

    Standalone, minimal, complete and verifiable example

    import dearpygui.dearpygui as dpg
    
    dpg.create_context()
    dpg.create_viewport()
    
    
    error1_x = [1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0]
    error1_y = error1_x
    error1_neg = [1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0]
    error1_pos = error1_neg
    
    with dpg.window():
        with dpg.plot(label="Error Series", height=400, width=-1):
            dpg.add_plot_legend()
            xaxis = dpg.add_plot_axis(dpg.mvXAxis, label="x")
            with dpg.plot_axis(dpg.mvYAxis, label="y"):
    
                dpg.add_line_series(error1_x, error1_y, label="Line")
                dpg.add_error_series(
                    error1_x, error1_y, error1_neg, error1_pos, label="Line"
                )
                dpg.fit_axis_data(dpg.top_container_stack())
                dpg.fit_axis_data(xaxis)
    
    dpg.setup_dearpygui()
    dpg.show_viewport()
    dpg.start_dearpygui()
    dpg.destroy_context()
    
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