PySide 1.2.1 Reference
Qt is a cross-platform application framework from Qt Software (owned by Nokia).
It features a large number of libraries providing services like network abstraction and XML handling, along with a very rich
GUI package, allowing C++ developers to write their applications once and run them unmodified in different systems.
PySide aims to provide Python developers access to the Qt libraries in the most natural way.
PySide is built using the Shiboken binding generator.
About 0 vs None
The PySide class reference documentation is automatically generated from the original Qt documentation for C++, some parts were tuned to fit the Python world. However, it's not possible to rewrite all Qt docs as it would require a really huge effort, so if the documentation says you can use 0 on an QObject argument, interpret it as None.
About keyword arguments
Only optional arguments can be used as keyword arguments.
core non-GUI functionality
extends QtCore with GUI functionality.
a declarative framework for building highly dynamic, custom user interfaces.
provides classes for integrating online documentation in applications
provides low-level multimedia functionality
offers classes that allow you to write TCP/IP clients and servers
offers classes that make it easy to use OpenGL in Qt applications
provides classes for making Qt applications scriptable
provides additional components for applications that use Qt Script
helps you provide seamless database integration to your Qt applications
provides classes for displaying the contents of SVG files
provides classes to handle forms created with Qt Designer
provides a stream reader and writer for XML documents
provides a Web browser engine
cross-platform multimedia framework that enables the use of audio and video
content in Qt applications
Tutorials and examples
A collection of tutorials and "walkthrough" guides are provided with PySide to help new users get started with PySide development. These documents were ported from C++ to Python and cover a range of topics, from basic use of widgets to step-by-step tutorials that show how an application is put together.