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I think PyQt is owned by a different company, so Nothing happened to it, I guess.

PySide is waaaay more Pythonic than PyQt ever was. Types are actually translated to Python native types and APIs are way more Pythonic and not just translated 1:1 like PyQt.




You've been able to automatically translate types going back to PyQt4 (it's the default for PyQt5, wasn't changed in PyQt4 due to backwards compatibility IIRC, but you could opt-in). As mentioned elsewhere PyQt offers properties, decorators for connecting signals and slots, etc. I found the APIs to be very similar overall.


In the visual effects industry, it's common practice to write GUIs using Python and Qt that are compatible with PySide, PySide, PyQt4 and PyQt5 all at once. I think that speaks for how similar these bindings really are. Source: I maintain the most widely used shim for such occasions https://github.com/mottosso/Qt.py




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