3.80 (319 reviews)
☑ be abel to Creat a very powerfull desktop Applications
☑ Learn How To Use Qt Designer To Design Your Apps In Less Time
☑ Learn How To Use PyQt
☑ Learn How To Convert Your Python Code To Executable File (exe)
☑ Learn How To Distribute Your exe File
☑ Learn How To Make Your Own Apps Like Web Browsers , Download Programmes .. And More
☑ Learn How To Make Commercial Desktop Apps With Python & Qt
This Course Cover Qt Framework From Scratch To Advanced Topics , You Will Find Every Thing You Need To Build Your Own Applications .And I Put A Project at The End Of The Course To Teach Your How To Think And How To Make Any Project You Want And How To Work With Big Projects.After This Course You Will Be Able To Make Very Powerful And Beautiful Applications . You Will Be Able To Build Your Own Desktop Applications Like Web Browsers And Download Programmes.. Waiting Your Feedback After Finishing The Course And Wait My New Courses On Udemy For Qt Framwork , Like Developing Android Apps With Python And Qt And Build 20 Project With Python ANd Qt ... And More
Who Is Me .. ?
How To Study The Course
Our Tools Installation Overview
How To Install Python On Windows
How To Install PyCharm On Windows
How To Install PyQt On Windows
Install Python IDLE On Linux
Install PyCharm On Linux OS
How To Install PyQt On Linux
PyQT Code Structure
The Third Part Of Our Course In Details
Basic Code Structure
Change Our Window Title & Icon
Change Our Window Position & Size
PyQT Widgets Overview
PyQt Dialogs Overview
PyQT Layouts Overview
Absolute Positioning In PyQT
PyQt BoxLayout Example
PyQt GridLayout Example
PyQt Signal & Slots
PyQt Signal & Slot Overview
PyQt Signal & Slots Part1
PyQt Signal & Slots Part2
PyQt Menus & ToolBars
PyQt MenuBars & ToolBars Overview
PyQt MenuBar part1
PyQt MenuBar Part2
PyQt Tabs Overview
PyQt Tab Widget
Qt Designer Intro
Qt Designer Intro
How To Use Qt Designer
Qt Designer Signals & Slots
Qt Designer Signals & Slots Overview
Qt Designer Signal & Slots Part 1
Qt Designer Signal & Slots Part 2
Qt Designer Signal & Slots Part 3
Qt Designer Styling Your App
Styling Your App Intro
Styling Your App Part1
Styling Your App Part 2
Styling Your App Part 3
Styling Your App Part 4 (QStyleSheet)
Qt Designer Widgets Customization
Widgets Customization Overview
Most Common Widgets Properties
Qt Designer Label Customization
Qt Designer PushButton Customization
LineEdit & Registeration Form GUI
Qt Designer ProgressBar Customization
Qt Designer GroupbBox Customization
Qt Designer Tap Widget Customization
Qt Designer RadioButton & CheckBox Customization
From Designer To Python Code
From Designer To Python Code Overview
From Designer To Python Code
PyQt Text Editor
PyQT Text Editor Overview
PyQT Text Editor Part 1
PyQT Text Editor Part 2
PyQT Text Editor Part 3
PyQT Text Editor Part 4
PyQT Text Editor Part 5
PyQT Text Editor Part 6
PyQT Text Editor Part 7
Converting To exe & Distributing Our Code
Converting Our Python Code To exe
Distribute Our exe
Course Source Code
Full Course Source Code
Source Code On GitHub
Leraar is moeilijk verstaanbaar door zijn accent. Het zijn heel veel herhalingen van dezelfde stappen met een ander element. lineitem maken, verplaatsen; checkbox maken, verplaatsen etc. een keer tonen en daarna uitleggen waar de diverse elementen voor kunnen worden gebruikt zou zinvoller zijn.
It's fine, but you may want to say something about newer versions of Python. I'm using 3.7 on 06/20/2020.
The teacher has a good knowledge of your subject. Some information is quite redundant, especially in section 15. Please, manage to record your courses far from the rooster and the children. When you make mistakes while teaching, erase this recording and replace it with a new one without error...
Very long for the actual content. Information not well contained and often repeated. A few key points to take out, but not really summarized in the end. Background not well explained.
ja oft hat er das nicht gemacht jedoch von Video zu Video wird es besser sein Akzent ist ok das stört nicht ! was Stört ist in manchen Videos die Hintergrundgeräusche wie z.b. Hahnenkrähen
I found it very hard to follow what the person was saying. The English was not very good and the quality of the voice recording was also not very good. I couldn't get pass the intoduction.
It is a very good tutorial , videos are sequenced in a way that you gradually start learning from being a beginner to an expert.
Very difficult to understand his pronounciation of Englist and a poor grasp of grammar. I persisted for some time trying to ignore these shortcomings but eventually gave up. The course appeared to be very disorganised and poorly designed. I am sorry to be so negative about this from an obviously intelligent programmer.
Esperava um desenho bem mais fácil das telas e botões pelo QT, no curso está encinando é o PyCharm e não diretamente o QT, ele pega no QT como se a pessoa ja soubesse mexer nele mas fica muita a desejar a aprender a mexer..
I can't make out what the tutor is saying. He is not a native speaker of English, so it would be good if he was at least audible, but he is not. I want to withdraw from the course and get a refund.
I would give 5 star, but i have to focus on understanding english accent, but that is understanble becouse teacher is foreighn
The course is very basic. The instructor just types commands in the IDE and runs the application. The is no explanation of what he wants to achieve, and how to do that. The examples is not very relevant and they are not finished. Just pulling some controls into a window is not an application. The course should be called "An introduction to PyQT"
English pronunciation isn’t helping me to understand at all. He needs be slow to deliver the course. Need to create something to overcome the English pronunciation, may be more on interactive visual. Sorry I have to leave the course. Let me know when you improve the course. Thanks
Well, the video delt with Python 3.4, which obviously is out-of-date. Therefore, I cannot recommend this course to beginners and other learners.
Its ok but we are rarely attaching GUI element to functions..why not see how it all connects. Every course (video) we walk through the same basic initializing code (eg. app = QApplication(sys.argv)...and so on). This is done the first 2 min of every video amounting to a significant portion of the course being repeated. Why not use the time to move on and explore more information?