Build small UI for variables in a script.
The workSpace is usually globals() as you want to insert the variable in the current workspace. It is required that workSpace is a dict object.
# create small ui element for variables in the script Variable([ # create a variable called 'w' # and the related ui is a Slider. dict(name="w", ui="Slider"), # create a variable called 'h' # and the related ui is a Slider. dict(name="h", ui="Slider", args=dict( # some vanilla specific # setting for a slider value=100, minValue=50, maxValue=300)), # create a variable called 'useColor' # and the related ui is a CheckBox. dict(name="useColor", ui="CheckBox"), # create a variable called 'c' # and the related ui is a ColorWell. dict(name="c", ui="ColorWell") ], globals()) # draw a rect rect(0, 0, w, h) # check if the 'useColor' variable is checked if useColor: # set the fill color from the variables fill(c) # set the font size fontSize(h) # draw some text text("Hello Variable", (w, h))