KDE 2.0 Development

KDE 2.0 Development

Teaches the reader how to take advantage of all that the KDE libraries have to offer, assuming some knowledge of C++ at the beginner level or better.

Publication date: 01 Oct 2000

ISBN-10: 0672318911

ISBN-13: n/a

Paperback: 700 pages

Views: 14,487

Type: N/A

Publisher: Macmillan/SAMS

License: Open Publication License

Post time: 22 Oct 2004 11:00:04

KDE 2.0 Development

KDE 2.0 Development Teaches the reader how to take advantage of all that the KDE libraries have to offer, assuming some knowledge of C++ at the beginner level or better.
Tag(s): Software Engineering
Publication date: 01 Oct 2000
ISBN-10: 0672318911
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 700 pages
Views: 14,487
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: Macmillan/SAMS
License: Open Publication License
Post time: 22 Oct 2004 11:00:04
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Book Summary:

The K Desktop Environment (KDE) project is a worldwide collaboration of hundreds of software engineers and hobbyists who are working to create a free, modern desktop interface with a consistent graphical user interface (GUI) style across applications. The desktop is network transparent, meaning that remote and local files can all be viewed, edited, and managed in the same way; it has online hypertext help and features an integrated, full-featured Web browser. The purpose of this book is to teach you how to take advantage of all that the KDE libraries have to offer when you write your own applications.

The authors of this book assume that you already know C++ at the beginner level or better. Some familiarity with event- driven GUI programming would be beneficial, although it is not necessary. If you are new to UNIX-style operating systems (such as Linux), you should probably have a book about them on hand. You will need to know enough about UNIX to understand how to compile and install software using the make utility (although some instructions are provided).

Reviews:

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:? "Mr. Sweet and his co-authors are undoubtedly very knowledgeable about KDE but could have done with the services of a good prose editor."




About The Author(s)


KDE Developer and Official Representative, Qt developer, consultant and trainer for KDAB.

David Faure

KDE Developer and Official Representative, Qt developer, consultant and trainer for KDAB.


KDE Core Developer.

Kurt Granroth

KDE Core Developer.


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Daniel Marjamäki

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Ralf Nolden

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Charles Samuels

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Espen Sand

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David Sweet

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Cristian Tibirna

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Stefan Westerfeld

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