So far we have been creating apps using Python code. This works well in many cases, but it can get a bit cumbersome to define all widgets programmatically. The good news is that Qt comes with a graphical editor — Qt Designer — which contains a drag-and-drop UI editor. Using Qt Designer you can define your UIs visually and then simply hook up the application logic later.
- Take your first steps with Qt Designer & find out how to create UIs and use them in Python
- Work through how to lay out your UIs in Designer to get the hang of how Qt Designer works
- Learn how to create custom Dialogs with Designer and use them in your apps
If you're upgrading from PyQt5, note that the QResource framework was removed in PyQt6.