PyQt5 Tutorial

PyQt is a Python library for creating GUI applications using the Qt toolkit. Created by Riverbank Computing, PyQt is free software (GPL licensed) and has been in development since 1999. PyQt5 was released in 2016 and last updated in October 2021.

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PyQt6 Tutorial

PyQt is a Python library for creating GUI applications using the Qt toolkit. Created by Riverbank Computing, PyQt is free software (GPL licensed) and has been in development since 1999. The latest version PyQt6 -- based on Qt 6 -- was released in 2021 and the library continues to be updated.

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PySide2 Tutorial

PySide, also known as Qt for Python, is a Python library for creating GUI applications using the Qt toolkit. PySide is the official binding for Qt on Python and is now developed by The Qt Company itself.

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PySide6 Tutorial

PySide, also known as Qt for Python, is a Python library for creating GUI applications using the Qt toolkit. PySide is the official binding for Qt on Python and is now developed by The Qt Company itself.

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System tray & Mac menu bar applications

Add quick access functions to your apps

Plotting with PyQtGraph

Create custom plots in PyQt with PyQtGraph

Embedding custom widgets from Qt Designer

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

Embedding custom widgets from Qt Designer

Learn how to use custom widgets in your PyQt5 applications when designing with Qt Designer

Multithreading PySide2 applications with QThreadPool

Run background tasks concurrently without impacting your UI

Creating custom GUI widgets in PyQt5

Build a completely functional custom widget from scratch using QPainter

QPainter and Bitmap Graphics

Introduction to the core features of QPainter

The ModelView Architecture

Qt's MVC-like interface for displaying data in views

PyQt5 Toolbars & Menus — QAction

Defining toolbars, menus and keyboard shortcuts with QAction

PyQt5 Dialogs and Alerts

Notify your users and ask for their input
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