Boa Constructor has been my Python/wxPython IDE of choice for 5 years now. It has a few quirks but does what I need in GUI's. I am writing my second eBook on Boa Constructor with more technical details. I'm also trying to share my knowledge of Boa by creating a series of Youtube videos on how to use Boa. Hope you're finding them useful.
I couldn't download it, tried many times and always a message of an error in dowload or file invalid or damaged, tried with different mirrors and still couldn't try it, i'll have to move on to SPE
An excellent development tool that does what it says on the box. It is reminiscent of the old Delphi interface. It allows me to develop on Windows and to run on Linux (on a Raspberry Pi, to be specific).
The project is not compatible with wxPython3.0 (some bugs on frames options easy to correct), and cannot install is python is installed for "all user". There's a workaround for this : copy the key from hkey_local_machine -> hkey_current_user. Somebody made a fork on bitbucket that launches. As a python newbie I may bewrong, but according to commercial IDE's prices and this IDE services, it deserves to be maintain.