[PyQt] PyQt book "Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt" now available

Linos info at linos.es
Tue Oct 23 09:27:33 BST 2007

I recommend this book to anyone that wants to learn PyQt, it is a excellent book with many real world examples
 with working code and really new stuff (it even use import from future in python).

Miguel Angel.

Mark Summerfield escribió:
> Hi,
> I am delighted to announce that
>     "Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt:
>      The Definitive Guide to PyQt Programming"
> has now been published in the US.
> The book is a hardback, 648 pages, ISBN 0132354187.
> The foreword was written by Phil Thompson (creator of PyQt), who was
> also one of the book's five technical reviewers.
> For a brief overview of the book and the table of contents, etc., see
> http://www.qtrac.eu/pyqtbook.html
> This web page also has links to places that sell the book, and has the
> full source code for the examples (and model answers to almost every
> exercise) available for downloading.
> The book covers PyQt4 (it has no coverage of PyQt3), and is best used
> with Python 2.5 and PyQt 4.2 or better, on Windows, Mac OS X, or an
> X11-based Unix or Linux. No prior knowledge of GUI programming is
> assumed, so don't worry if you've only ever done web programming:-)
> Since this is the only book that covers PyQt4 it is automatically the
> "best"---but I have not been complacent, and have worked extremely hard
> to make the book as accessible, useful, enjoyable, and interesting as
> possible.
> (Note for Safari readers: The printed version of the book uses the PDF I
> supplied as is, with fonts and typesetting exactly as I wanted them,
> whereas the Safari online edition was retypeset by the publisher.)

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