PyQt6, PySide6, PyQt5 and PySide2 Books -- updated for 2022!
New editions extended and updated, now 780+ pages

Hello! Today I have released new digital editions of my PyQt5, PyQt6, PySide2 and PySide6 book Create GUI Applications with Python & Qt.

This update adds over 200 pages of Qt examples and exercises - the book is now 780 pages long! - and continues to be updated and extended. The latest additions include:

  • Built-in dialogs, including QMessageBox and QFileDialog
  • Working with multiple windows, cross-window communication
  • Using QThreadPool.start() to execute Python functions
  • Long-running threads with QThread
  • Using custom widgets in Qt Designer
  • Recurring & single shot timers
  • Managing data files, working with paths
  • Packaging with PyInstaller on Windows, macOS & Linux
  • Creating distributable installers on Windows, macOS & Linux

This update marks the 5th Edition of the book.

As always, if you've previously bought a copy of the book you get these updates for free! Just go to the downloads page and enter the email you used for the purchase. If you have problems getting this update just get in touch.

Enjoy!

Create GUI Applications with Python & Qt6
The easy way to create desktop applications

My complete guide, updated for 2021 & PySide6. Everything you need build real apps.

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