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Color name and hex value from web

menator01

Gold Coder
Not posted in a while so, here is a quick tkinter app for getting a hex value for color. Enjoy.

Python:
import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import ttk
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import requests


class Data:
    ''' Data queries the web for color hex and names from the web
        parses the page and stores the color name and hex values in a dict
    '''
    page = requests.get('https://htmlcolors.com/color-names')

    soup = BeautifulSoup(page.text, 'html.parser')
    colors = {}
    lines = soup.find_all('td', attrs={"class": "wt"})

    for line in lines:
        hextag = line['style'].split()[1]
        for color in line:
            colors[color.lower()] = hextag
        

class View:
    '''
        View is for display
    '''
    def __init__(self, parent):
        self.parent = parent
        self.parent['padx'] = 8
        self.parent['pady'] = 8
        self.parent.geometry('1024x200+300+300')

        header = tk.Label(parent, text=f'Color name and hex value: {len(Data.colors)} colors', pady=8, padx=8)
        header['font'] = (None, 28, 'bold')
        header['highlightbackground'] = 'black'
        header['highlightcolor'] = 'black'
        header['highlightthickness'] = 1
        header.pack(fill='x', side='top', padx=8, pady=8)

        self.label = tk.Label(parent, relief='groove',fg='white')
        self.label['font'] = (None, 16, 'normal')
        self.label.pack(side='top', fill='both', expand=True, padx=8, pady=8)

        self.var = tk.StringVar()

        self.dropbox = ttk.Combobox(parent, textvariable=self.var)
        self.dropbox['font'] = (None, 16, 'normal')
        self.dropbox.pack(side='top', fill='x', padx=8, pady=8)
        

class Controller:
    '''
        Controller handles the communications between classes
    '''
    def __init__(self, view, data):
        self.view = view
        self.data = data
        color_names = list(self.data.colors.keys())
        colors = [c.title() for c in color_names]
        colors.sort()
        self.view.dropbox['values'] = colors
        self.view.dropbox.current(0)
        self.callback(self.view.dropbox.current(0), 0, 'w')
        

        self.view.var.trace('w', self.callback)
        
    def callback(self, var, index, mode):
        color = self.view.var.get().lower()
        self.view.label['bg'] = self.data.colors[color]
        self.view.label['text'] = self.data.colors[color].upper()
              

if __name__ == '__main__':
    root = tk.Tk()
    controller = Controller(View(root), Data())
    root.mainloop()
 

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