Qt for Python#
Qt for Python offers the official Python bindings for Qt, which enables you to use Python to write your Qt applications. The project has two main components:
PySide6, so that you can use Qt6 APIs in your Python applications, and
Shiboken6, a binding generator tool, which can be used to expose C++ projects to Python, and a Python module with some utility functions.
Porting from PySide2 to PySide6 provides information on porting existing PySide2 applications.
This project is available under the LGPLv3/GPLv3 and the Qt commercial license.
You can obtain the latest stable version by running
pip install pyside6.
If you want to build it yourself, check the getting started guide.
To learn how to use it, check out write your first application,
and to learn what is installed with the
pyside6, check the
package content, structure, and tools page.
Write your first Qt application.
Modules, docs, and cross compilation.
Packages, installation, and details.
PySide API reference.
Learn with step-by-step guides.
Check all the available examples.
Watch webinars, talks, and more.
Learn to deploy your applications.
Generate C++ to Python bindings.
API differences and known issues.
Notes for Developers.
We have also a wiki page where you can find how to report bugs, contribute or contact the community.