Python is known for its general-purpose nature, which allows it to be used in almost any area of software development. Python can be found in every new field. It is the fastest-growing programming language and can be used to create any application. Some of the world’s most popular applications such as YouTube, BitTorrent, and DropBox are developed using Python.
Here are its applications in different fields.
1. Web Development
Python can be used to create web applications. It includes libraries for working with internet protocols like HTML and XML, JSON, email processing, request, beautifulSoup, feed parser, and so on. Instagram uses the Python web framework Django. Flask and Pyramid are the other two popular frameworks.
2. Desktop GUI
GUI is an abbreviation for Graphical User Interface, which allows easy interaction with any application. To create a user interface, Python includes the Tk GUI library. It also includes the Tkinter library, which is useful for creating user interfaces. Other useful toolkits for building applications on different platforms are wxWidgets, Kivy and PYQT.
3. Commercial Uses
Python is also used in the development of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and e-commerce systems:
Odoo is a full-featured management software that provides a set of business applications that together form a comprehensive suite of enterprise management applications.
Tryton is a three-tier, highly abstract, general-purpose application platform.
4. Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are making headlines because they are creating the most promising jobs of the future. Either we teach computers to learn based on previously stored data, or we develop algorithms that teach computers to learn independently. Pandas, Scikit-Learn, NumPy, and many other Python libraries already support these areas.
5. 3D CAD Software
Engineering architecture is designed using CAD (computer-aided design). It is used to create a 3D representation of a system component. Python also simplifies this, and Fandango is the best-known CAD application.
6. Data Science and Visualization of Data
If you know how to extract relevant information from data, you can act accordingly and increase your profits. You can also visualise data with libraries like Matplotlib and Seaborn, which are useful for plotting charts and more. Python provides you with the tools you need to become a Data Scientist.
You can explore the data you have, perform operations, and extract the information you need. The Pandas and NumPy libraries help you extract information.
7. Game Design
Python is also used for creating interactive games. There are libraries such as PySoy, a 3D game engine that supports Python 3, and PyGame, which provides functions and a library for game development. Python has been used to develop games such as Civilization IV, Disney’s Toontown Online, and Vega Strike.
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