PyQt vs PySide

PyQt vs Qt for Python (PySide2)

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In this article, you will learn the differences between PyQt and Qt for Python PySide2 so you can decide which Python Qt binding you want to use. Why two Python Qt bindings? When reading this article, you will probably be confused about why there are two Python bindings for the Qt GUI framework and not only one. To understand this ...

Running Qt Creator in emacs-mode

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In this blog post, you will learn how to run Qt Creator in emacs-mode or in layman terms how to configure GNU Emacs keybindings in Qt Creator. Why I write this blog post This mini-tutorial is a note to my future self, searching how to configure Qt Creator to behave like Emacs all over the internet after another system reset. ...

Rendering to a monochrome OLED display with QML

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Rendering to a monochrome OLED display with QML In this blog post, you will learn how to write QtQuick applications for an OLED display without modifying the Linux kernel. My testing system is an SSD1306 based 128x64 monochrome OLED display connected via I2C to the CHIP single board computer. Motivation I recently came across a post on the Qt Blog ...

Cloud-based Continuous Integration for QtQuickVcp

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This blog post is about the continuous integration of Qt applications with the example of the QtQuickVcp project. It demonstrates how to build Qt applications and libraries for Linux and Android using Travis CI and Docker. Furthermore, I mention how to build Qt applications for Windows and OS X. My Motivation At the beginning of October, I visited the QtCon ...