Sams Publishing and the
KDE Project are proud to offer a
"sneak-peek" of the upcoming Open Source "KDE 2.0
Development" book in the form of a chapter on the KDE component
technology KParts. Written by KParts guru David Faure, this chapter
covers everything you need to know to both create and use KPart
parts and plugins.
This chapter is a MUST READ for all aspiring KParts developers.
You can read the chapter online at the KDE Developer Corner:
"KDE 2.0 Development" is the first book from Sams Publishing
that will be distributed under the Open Publication
License. It is authored by longtime KDE contributor David
Sweet. Critical chapters are written and technical edited by core
KDE developers - Matthias Ettrich, David Faure, Kurt Granroth,
Stefan Westerfeld, Cristian Tibirna, Antonio Larrosa
Jiménez, and Ralf Nolden. It covers pretty much everything
you need to know to start developing in KDE 2.0. Topics include:
KDE UI Compliance, KDE Style Reference, The Qt Toolkit, Responsive
User Interface, Complex-Function KDE Widgets, Theming, Multimedia,
DCOP, KParts, Creating Documentation, Packaging Code, CVS and
CVSUP, and KDevelop.
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