@aarontheissueguy Yes that is true but since UT was dropped by Canonical, the toolkit has only been maintained just to make sure it's working so nothing substantial. And there's also no plan as far as I know, to pushing it forward. QQC2 is more future-proof at the moment. But of course, feel free to still use Ubuntu components. They're still fine as it is now 🙂
@makeixo I used the first episodes of the qml guide on Yputube made by KDAB. Its intendet for c++ but you dont need it to learn the basics. Python + qml is a different topic though. Ubports uses pyotherside for the communication between the two. You can take a look at my app if you want to see how to do it. (its pretty basic) https://github.com/Aarontheissueguy/WaterCount
There are some other resources on this forum aswell.
With that being said If Python is your first language, I recomend that you concentrate on learning it first. GUI's are'nt really that important for many fun personal projects. You can still come back to this project one or two months down the road of learning python. Feel free to ask again if you have a question.