Interesting starting points:
Tkinter: Tkinter overview
Widgets: the widgets Tkinter provides
ContributedWidgets: Share a cool widget with the community
ExampleCode: demos of Tkinter in action
CommonProblems: traps for young players
Recipes: General Tkinter recipes
LayoutManagement: the geometry managers (packer and gridder)
UnicodeSupport: Making Tkinter display languages you can't understand
PhotoImage: Tkinter PhotoImage objects and their idiosyncracies
tkFileDialog: How to open and save files or opening directories using a filedialog.
Events: about events
tkXcursor: How to set custom ARGB/animated cursor for Tkinter widgets under X11.
mtTkinter: A thread-safe version of Tkinter
Tka11y: Tk Accessibility, and automated GUI testing
Tkinter_3000: the far future?
CategoryGames: games and toys
TkinterDiscuss: the mailing list about Tkinter
Tkinter_Links: useful links to Tkinter
Tcl/Tk_Links: useful links to Tcl and Tk
Note: As of Python 3.0, Tkinter and related modules were replaced by the tkinter package.
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- We need a page comparing Tkinter to the other GUI toolkits.
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Usage: snippets of tkinter in use
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