Important: Please read the Qt Code of Conduct - https://forum.qt.io/topic/113070/qt-code-of-conduct
Which you suggest PySide or PyQt? + Why?
Ibrahim last edited by A Former User
Which you suggest
PyQtfor Python developers and why? Can we use
Qt5this tools? I think license of
PySideis GPL, LGPL and commercial (like
Qt), but license of
PyQtis GPL and commercial, not LGPL. Also
PySideis developed by
The Qt Company,
PyQtis developed by
Riverbank Computing. Can we develop mobile applications with
PyQt? Both support all
Qt Creatorhas got fine Python support (add-on etc.)? Thanks.
No special suggestions, the goal of both is to provide a complete set of bindings for the Qt modules.
PySide2 information can be found here. If you need to start right now with Qt 5 and python, PyQt might be the current best option.
I haven't tested Python for mobile application so I can't comment on that however there might be catches with the mobile platform development rules about using an interpreter that you should check.