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The backend The most recent version of this session (in RST format) is always available at GitHub's master tree as tut1.txt Since we are developing a TODO application, we need a backend that handles the storage, retrieval and general managing of TODO tasks. To do that the simplest possible way, I will do it using Elixir , "A declarative layer over the SQLAlchemy Object-Relational Mapper". If that sounded very scary, don't worry.
Posted: | Leer en español | More posts about kde python qt pyqt programming pyqtbyexample open source Introduction This is not really part of my PyQt by Example series but since it's a totally unrelated topic that would be impossible to connect to it, but is still a PyQt tutorial and follows the same concept... whatever, here it is. In this tutorial I will explain QGraphicsScene (QGS for short) and its related classes. What are they for, you may ask?
PyQt is a set of Python v2 and v3 bindings for Digia's Qt application framework and runs on all platforms supported by Qt including Windows, MacOS/X and Linux. PyQt currently supports Qt v4 and will build against Qt v5. The bindings are implemented as a set of Python modules and contain over 300 classes and over 6,000 functions and methods. Like Qt, PyQt v4 is available on all platforms under a variety of licenses including the GNU GPL (v2 and v3) and a commercial license. Unlike Qt, PyQt v4 is not available under the LGPL.
Home Contents In this part of the PyQt4 programming tutorial, we will explore events and singnals occuring in applications. Events