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===Example usage===
 
===Example usage===
 
Konsole is available as a KPart and is used in applications like Konqueror and Kate. Konqueror is good example of how KParts can be used. Konqueror uses the KWord part to display documents, KMPlayer part to play multimedia and the Kontact part to display contact information.
 
Konsole is available as a KPart and is used in applications like Konqueror and Kate. Konqueror is good example of how KParts can be used. Konqueror uses the KWord part to display documents, KMPlayer part to play multimedia and the Kontact part to display contact information.
 
  
 
===Further reading===
 
===Further reading===
 
* [http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-kparts/ Coding with KParts] (from IBM)
 
* [http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-kparts/ Coding with KParts] (from IBM)

Revision as of 21:51, 1 January 2007

KParts is the name of the component framework for the KDE desktop environment. An individual component is called a KPart. KParts are analogous to Bonobo components in GNOME, both of which are based on the same concepts as Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding.

Example usage

Konsole is available as a KPart and is used in applications like Konqueror and Kate. Konqueror is good example of how KParts can be used. Konqueror uses the KWord part to display documents, KMPlayer part to play multimedia and the Kontact part to display contact information.

Further reading


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