[PyQt] Best way to learn the complete pyqt5.

Souvik Dutta souvik.viksou at outlook.com
Fri Mar 6 17:12:14 GMT 2020

Awesome, thanks!

On Fri, 6 Mar, 2020, 8:30 pm Dennis Jensen, <djensen at pgcontrols.com> wrote:

> Well my method was to:
> 1) Use the documentation to get a base (but with the knowledge that they
> are not always correct)
> 2) Work on a project that explores the aspects of Python and Qt in a
> scaling fashion (small to eventually large)
> 3) Google aspects that I am having trouble with to get a broader base of
> collective knowledge (which may be incorrect)
> 4) Dive deeper into some Google searches to gather even more information
> Note: When doing google searches I do not just reserve these to Python or
> Qt questions only but searching other methodologies because learning how to
> build a quality project is actually more important than learning a language
> to build it in. The rule is an application should be 75% time spent in
> design and 25% in actual coding -- the better your road map (design) the
> easier and quicker your trip (coding).
> On 3/5/2020 7:46 PM, Souvik Dutta Chowdhury wrote:
> Then what would be the best thing to do? I mean I might well be doing a
> task in a certain way but there might be another better way to do it and I
> might not know.
> On 05-Mar-2020 9:28 pm, Dennis Jensen <djensen at pgcontrols.com>
> <djensen at pgcontrols.com> wrote:
> Okay I reviewed that page and I cannot say that is the best way to learn
> the complete pyqt5 it would just be another tool to help move you in that
> direction. The biggest problems I have found are (1) Incomplete/Incorrect
> documentation  (2) Programmer wanna-bees prompting and propagating bad
> information  (3) Folks not fully understanding programming best practices
> Just because you might know how a piece of Qt5 works does not mean you
> understand when and when not to implement it. The key is PyQt is a dual
> language discipline it is Python and Qt which means you have to fully
> understand Python as much or more than you fully understand Qt
> On 3/4/2020 7:32 PM, Souvik Dutta Chowdhury wrote:
> I found an answer to my question. If anybody wants it it's here:
> https://doc.bccnsoft.com/docs/PyQt5/
> Thank you
> On 04-Mar-2020 8:01 am, Souvik Dutta Chowdhury <souvik.viksou at outlook.com>
> <souvik.viksou at outlook.com> wrote:
> Is there any way to learn the complete pyqt5 or atleast know what it is
> capable of doing? What do you suggest?
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