In the previous recipes, we found ways to connect a wxPython GUI with a tkinter GUI, invoking one from the other and vice versa.
While both GUIs were successfully running at the same time, they did not really communicate with each other as they were only launching one another.
In this recipe, we will explore ways to make the two GUIs talk to each other.
Reading one of the previous recipes might be a good preparation for this recipe.
In this recipe, we will use a slightly modified GUI code compared to the previous recipe, but most of the basic GUI-building code is the same.
In the previous recipes, one of our main challenges was how to combine two GUI technologies that were ...