Welcome to the PySide documentation wiki page. The PySide project provides LGPL-licensed Python bindings for the Qt. It also includes complete toolchain for rapidly generating bindings for any Qt-based C++ class hierarchies. PySide Qt bindings allow both free open source and proprietary software development and ultimately aim to support Qt platforms.
An Introduction to PySide
The latest version of PySide is 1.2.4 released on October 14, 2015 and provides access to the complete Qt 4.8 framework.
- Project Goals and Licensing
- PySide Enhancement Proposals and here
- PySide Roadmap
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- List of Applications Based on PySide
- The PySide logo
- PySide Archives
A port of PySide to Qt 5.x was started during 2014. This effort was mostly done on GitHub. Effort is ongoing to bring this code line back to codereview.qt-project.org. The progress and more details about this project can be found under PySide 2
- PySide Documentation
- PySide 1.2.1 API Reference
- PySide 1.1.0 API Reference
- PySide 1.0.7 API Reference
- PySide Tutorials
- PySide Tutorials with QtQuick and QML
- PySide Tutorials (Videos)
- PySide Example Applications
- PySide Presentations
- Packaging PySide applications on MacOS
- PySide GSoc Ideas
- PySide Python 3 Issues
- PySide QML Tutorial Advanced 4
- General Mailing list , Archives
- Forum on Stack Overflow
- This Wiki
- Internet Relay Chat (IRC): #pyside channel at FreeNode
- Development Group
- PySide Development
- Shiboken 1.2.1 Documentation
- Api Extractor 1.2.1 Documentation
- Gitorious repositories: Official
- GitHub repositories: Unofficial Mirror
- List of PySide Contributors
- Binding C++: A distillation of design decisions made by the original PySide developers.
Contributing to PySide Wiki
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