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The GUI Designer is compatible with all the features of the software. It is compatible with all major databases. They have an interesting GUI database form on their webpage. The GUI can also include graphs and you can create applications like desmos. You can also use ICP DAS, LabJack and Advantech devices. See More
PyQt has a straightforward API with its classes corresponding to Qt C++’s, and as such, the API documentation for C++ works for Python — the namespaces, properties, methods are all the same. If you have experience working with Qt and/or C++, you will find PyQt easy to work with. See More
PyQt is dual-licensed with GPL v3 and the Riverbank Commercial License. If you do not intend on releasing your application under a GPL-compatible license (i.e. make your application open-source), you must pay for a commercial license. See More
GUI programming with Qt is built around the concept of signals and slots for communication between objects. A signal is emitted when an event occurs (e.g. a button is clicked), and slots are callable functions that handle the event (e.g. show a pop-up, when a button is clicked). This allows for flexibility when handling GUI events and results in a cleaner codebase. See More
Qt provides many widgets (buttons, textboxes, menus, et al.) out of the box, and they have a native look to them across all supported platforms: the same widget looks similar to the platform's native widget (e.g. a button in a PyQt application looks the same as a button on macOS, or Windows). On Linux systems, it changes according to the desktop environment. See More
Qt's document is poor, and Qt for Python(PySdie) is even worse. this document assumes that you are already familiar with Qt. if you want to customize a Widget, you need to look at the Qt C++ source code to know what to do. See More