Qt for Python Tutorials¶
A collection of tutorials with walkthrough guides are provided with Qt for Python to help new users get started.
Some of these documents were ported from C++ to Python and cover a range of topics, from basic use of widgets to step-by-step tutorials that show how an application is put together.
Before you start¶
If you have not installed PySide yet, remember to check the Quick Start section.
Qt Widgets: Basic tutorials¶
If you want to see the available widgets in action, you can check the Qt Widget Gallery to learn their names and how they look like.
- Your First QtWidgets Application
- Using a Simple Button
- Creating a Dialog Application
- Displaying Data Using a Table Widget
- Displaying Data Using a Tree Widget
- Using .ui files from Designer or QtCreator with QUiLoader and pyside6-uic
- Using .qrc Files (pyside6-rcc)
- Translating Applications
- Styling the Widgets Application
Quick/QML: Basic tutorials¶
Real use-cases applications¶
C++ and Python¶
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