PySide2 is a Python binding of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt. Applications built with PySide2 will run on any platform supported by Qt & Python including Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS and Android.

PySide is the official binding for Qt on Python and is now developed by The Qt Company itself.

For a complete guide to desktop application development with Python & PySide2, see the PySIde2 tutorial and PySide2 book Create Simple GUI Applications with Python & Qt.

Explore PySide2

Creating Dialogs With Qt Designer

Using the drag and drop editor to build PySide2 dialogs

Creating additional windows

Opening new windows for your application

Q&A: QProcess.start() is deprecated, what are the alternatives?

Update how you launch subprocesses with arguments

Signal and Slot

Published 06.08.2020

Creating searchable widget dashboards

Make dashboard UIs easier to use with widget search & text prediction

PyQt vs PySide Licensing

Everything you need to know about LGPL and GPL for your PySide/PyQt applications

graphWidget with PySide2

Published 17.06.2020

Creating custom GUI widgets in PySide2

Build a completely functional custom widget from scratch using QPainter

Laying Out Your PySide2 GUIs With Qt Designer

Use Qt Designer to effortlessly build your application UI

Q&A: How do I display an Image in PySide2?

Using QLabel to easily add images to your applications

QtChart vs Pyqtgraph

Published 04.06.2020

Checkboxes in Table Views with custom model

Show check boxes for boolean values

PySide2 Toolbars & Menus — QAction

Defining toolbars, menus and keyboard shortcuts with QAction

PySide2 Layouts

Use layouts to effortlessly position widgets within the window

PySide2 Dialogs and Alerts

Notify your users and ask for their input

PySide2 Signals, Slots & Events

Triggering actions in response to user behaviors and GUI events
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