PyQt6 Book now available: Create GUI Applications with Python & Qt6
The hands-on guide to making apps with Python

Hello! Today I have released the first PyQt6 edition of my book Create GUI Applications, with Python & Qt6.

This update follows the 4th Qt5 Edition of my PyQt book updating all the code examples and adding additional PyQt6-specific detail. The book contains 600+ pages and 200+ complete code examples taking you from the basics of creating PyQt applications to fully functional apps.

PySide6 book cover

If you bought a previous edition of the book (for PyQt5, PySide2 or PySide6) you get this update for free! Just log into your account on LearnPyQt and you'll find the book already waiting for you under "My Books & Downloads".

If you have any questions or difficulty getting hold of this update, just get in touch.

Enjoy!

Create GUI Applications with Python & Qt (PySide2 Edition)
The easy way to create desktop applications

Create GUI Applications is the complete guide to building GUI applications with Python. Starting from the very basics of creating a desktop window this book takes you on a tour of the key features of PyQt5 you can use to build real-life applications.

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