Qt for Python

Iris Yamashita

Qt Virtual Tech Summit Registration is Open!

Published Tuesday January 29th, 2019 | 2 Comments on Qt Virtual Tech Summit Registration is Open!
Posted in Assembly, Automation, Automotive, Biz Circuit, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, desktop, Dev Loop, Embedded, Events, Internationalization, Internet of Things, Learning, Medical, Qt Design Studio, Qt for Python, Qt Quick, Qt Quick 2, Qt World Summit, QtCreator, Roadmap, Tutorial, UI, Uncategorized

Did you miss Qt World Summit 2018? Fear not. On 12-14 February, the Qt Virtual Tech Summit and Qt experts will be sharing insights in a free online event to equip you with the tools and skills you need to build connected devices, UIs, and applications in 2019 and beyond. Secure your seat today for […]

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Alex Blasche

Qt for Python 5.12 Released

Published Tuesday December 18th, 2018 | 29 Comments on Qt for Python 5.12 Released
Posted in Announcements, Community, Contributors, Customers, Qt for Python

As mentioned in the Qt 5.12 release blog we finally reached the point that we can announce the first release of Qt for Python for Qt 5.12. As it has become custom for the project and expected by Python developers, you can install the release via: pip install PySide2 Additionally, you can get the wheels […]

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Michael Herrmann

Python and Qt: 3,000 hours of developer insight

Published Thursday November 15th, 2018 | 32 Comments on Python and Qt: 3,000 hours of developer insight
Posted in Dev Loop, Qt for Python, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , ,

With Qt for Python released, it’s time to look at the powerful capabilities of these two technologies. This article details one solopreneur’s experiences. The task Back in 2016, I started developing a cross-platform file manager called fman. Its goal: To let you work with files more efficiently than Explorer on Windows or Finder on Mac. […]

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Alex Blasche

Qt for Python 5.11 released

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 49 Comments on Qt for Python 5.11 released
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, Customers, Qt for Python

We are happy to announce the first official release of Qt for Python (Pyside2). As the version tag implies, it is based on Qt 5.11 and therefore the first release that supports the Qt 5 series. At large the project will follow the general Qt release schedule and versions. Although this is still a Technical […]

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QML and Qt for Python interaction

Published Monday May 14th, 2018 | 7 Comments on QML and Qt for Python interaction
Posted in Qt for Python

Besides QtWidgets for desktop applications, Qt has another UI technology, QML. Today, I would like to show how QML interacts with Qt for Python, roughly based on the tutorial example declarative/extending/chapter3-bindings. First, let’s have a look at the typical boiler plate code for loading a .qml file. We instantiate a QGuiApplication and a QQuickView. We set […]

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Cristián

Hello Qt for Python

Published Friday May 4th, 2018 | 58 Comments on Hello Qt for Python
Posted in Qt for Python

The first Qt for Python technology preview release is almost here, and for this reason we want to give a brief example on how it will open the doors to the Python world. Let’s build a simple application to show the simplicity of Qt for Python using QWidgets. Every script will have more or less the same […]

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