Python GUI | Build a Beautiful Calculator with PyQt and Qml
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Python GUI | Build a Beautiful Calculator with PyQt and Qml

Build a complete App in python, PyQt. PyQt5 with Qml. The UI/UX course.
3.9 (79 ratings)
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6,754 students enrolled
Created by Daniel IT
Last updated 7/2020
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This course includes
  • 9 hours on-demand video
  • 11 articles
  • 4 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will study how to write Graphical User Interfaces with Qml, which Qt itself, chooses over QtWidgets.
  • You will study how to build apps with GUI's for Python
  • You will be able to fully customise controls in Qml to suit your app theme and requirements.
  • You will know how to write trendy UIs' for Python
  • You will learn how to build your app from raw python source code to a bundled app (.exe, or .sh)
  • You will learn how to hide your images and other resources from the end user in your final application
  • You will know how to write modern UI for python
Course content
Expand all 95 lectures 09:03:39
+ Installation
9 lectures 19:03

In case you are on a Mac.

Please try to install using pip via pypi.org as:

pip install Ninja-Preview

Preview 00:49

The Qt page has drastically changed, please use this new link instead: https://www.qt.io/offline-installers


Please make sure to download only what you need, Qt packages are often big in size and takes up so much installation space, and you might not need all of them or even any of them apart from Qt Creator, which will be the IDE we will use for helping us with the Qml code.

Preview 02:49
Download Qt
1 question
+ The basics
11 lectures 52:37
First Window
2 questions
Window flags
05:36
Window Flags
2 questions
Rectangle
02:43
Rectangle
1 question
Property
06:24
Property
1 question
ID
07:04
ID
1 question
Anchors
05:30
Anchors
2 questions
Text
07:59
Text
2 questions
Label
03:59
Label
1 question
Image
04:36
Image
1 question
Component Functions
03:48
Component Functions
1 question
+ The Layouts
8 lectures 44:51
Info
00:03
Layouts - Introduction
02:22
Download Layouts PDF
00:04
RowLayout
08:14
Column Layout
07:57
Grid Layout
09:16
Stack Layout
03:14
Custom types
13:41
+ The Views
6 lectures 46:21
Info
00:03
List View
13:44
List Model
06:04
Grid View
13:54
Stack View
06:31
Swipe View
06:05
+ The Controls
5 lectures 31:16
Info
00:03
Buttons
03:34
Text Field
02:41
Dial
07:57
How to customise controls
17:01
Controls Quiz
1 question
+ Communicate
4 lectures 01:22:27
Info
00:06
Signal and Slots
21:34
Signal and Slots 2
25:26
Threading
35:21
+ Resources
3 lectures 26:15
Info
00:04
Design a Qml UI again
09:51
The RCC
16:20
Requirements
  • Basic Python Knowledge
  • Basic computer literacy skills
  • Any Operating System
  • Any IDE (PyCharm, Spyder, Ninja-ide)
Description

SAY NO TO QTWIDGETS, QT DESIGNER, QSTYLE (CSS), PYTHON 2, PYQT4 OR WORSE TKINTER AND SAY YES TO ACCURATELY WRITTEN UI CODE; QML AND PYTHON 3

Gui's are what are missing from most programmer's toolkit, they cannot find it in addition to their wealth of knowledge. Not many years ago, I researched by God's help and found to my utmost pleasure how programming knowledge is applied in the real world both for UI's and Core-code (Both are scripted by the way).

Qt has powered the world of UI's and still powers it. Adobe, VLC, WhatsApp Inc, are a few of notable institutions that use Qt for both UI and also for functional code (for functional code, we will use python). But here is the catch, not so recent though, Qt released Qt Quick Markup language (Qml), that is not written in python, but rather in css style scripting language. This will help the advanced team-work desire to separate UI from core-code functionality.

Also there is another problem here, you can't seem to find much resources on it online. So here is it, an introduction and a quick practical hands on, on building a complete Python app with a modern trendy Gui.

Who this course is for:
  • General Python Developers
  • People who want to learn Practical Qml