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Discussion on: Python GUI, PyQt vs TKinter

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Victor Meunier

Interesting comparison. I've used Qt in C++ in the past and recently used PyQt5 to make a prototype (github.com/MrEliptik/shotty) and I loved it! The lack of python specific documentation can be a bit painful from time to time but hopefully someone on SO faced the same issue. Also, the bindings are really similar to Qt for c++ so usually you can use the C++ docs.
You talked about Widgets for PyQt but you could also use QML right? I think it's especially interesting since it enables a lot of customization and can be interesting to make good looking apps such as desktop.telegram.org/.

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Looks like a cool app you made! Right, you can use QML also