PAGE is a tool which helps to create Tkinter GUI interfaces for use within Python programs. It is a rework or extension of the program Visual Tcl (Vtcl) so that Vtcl now produces Python code. Faced with the problem of building an application driven by a single GUI window, PAGE will facilitate designing the GUI and building a working skeletal Python program emphasizing the ttk widgets. As other windows are required, they are designed with PAGE and incorporated into the application by importing the generated python module.
It is aimed at a user who wants to rapidly construct a GUI and is willing to compromise generality for ease and speed of construction. It is a helper tool. It does not build an entire application but rather is aimed at building a single GUI window. It is not a Python Interactive Design Environment(IDE). Stated in other words, PAGE generates a Python class which implements a single GUI window and also supplies all of the boiler-plate code for execution or instantiating the GUI object. If, like me, you have difficulty remembering all the little tricks of getting a GUI to show up on the screen, PAGE can show you code that will work.
When I first set about building programs that exploited Tkinter, I could not find nearly enough examples. Another way of looking at PAGE is to consider it to be a Tkinter example builder which can build the examples you need to see.