wxPython in Action Book in 2020?

I just started reading this 2006 “classic” book but am wondering if it is still relevant to wxPython v4? I’d hate to spend a week learning things that may now be “incorrect”?

I’m fine with handling the python language differences but am unsure about how much the wxPython API has changed since this book was written…

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I’d say that it’s still at least mostly relevant. The differences you will likely run into are probably low-level details. Most of the commonly used things are the same or compatible, but there will be differences in methods or parameter names, etc. If you keep the Migration Guide and the current API docs handy while you’re reading the book then you should be okay.