PySide6 is a Python binding of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt. Applications built with PySide6 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 & PySide6, see the PySIde6 tutorial and PySide6 book Create Simple GUI Applications with Python & Qt.

Explore PySide6

Which Python GUI library should you use?

Comparing the Python GUI libraries available in 2022

Plotting with Matplotlib

Create PySide6 plots with the popular Python plotting library

Plotting with PyQtGraph

Create custom plots in PySide6 with PyQtGraph

PyQt6, PySide6, PyQt5 and PySide2 Books -- updated for 2022!

New editions extended and updated, now 780+ pages

PySide2 vs PySide6

What are the differences, and is it time to upgrade?

The QResource System

Using the QResource system to package additional data with your applications

Using QProcess to run external programs

Run background programs without impacting your UI

Add scrollable regions with QScrollArea

Run out of space in your GUI? Add a scrollable region to your application

Simple threading in PyQt/PySide apps with .start() of QThreadPool

How to move Python functions/methods & PyQt/PySide slots onto separate threads

Transmitting extra data with Qt Signals

Modifying widget signals to pass contextual information to slots

Embedding custom widgets from Qt Designer

Learn how to use custom widgets in your PySide6 applications when designing with Qt Designer

Creating Dialogs With Qt Designer

Using the drag and drop editor to build PySide6 dialogs

QComboBox

Drop-down selection widget

Multithreading PySide6 applications with QThreadPool

Run background tasks concurrently without impacting your UI

Creating searchable widget dashboards

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

Introduction to the QGraphics framework

Creating vector interfaces using the QGraphics View framework

Animating custom widgets with QPropertyAnimation

Add dynamic visual effects to your custom widgets
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