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PHP is a widely used programming language with support for object orientation. You can find more about the language and its interpreter at [http://www.php.net php.net], or read about the PHP compiler at [http://www.roadsend.com Roadsend.com].
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The purpose of PHP bindings is enabling PHP developers to write desktop applications using the powerful technologies provided by Qt, KDE and related frameworks. For now the Qt API is covered.
 
The purpose of PHP bindings is enabling PHP developers to write desktop applications using the powerful technologies provided by Qt, KDE and related frameworks. For now the Qt API is covered.
  
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     class MyWidget extends QWidget
 
     class MyWidget extends QWidget
 
     {
 
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== More information ==
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*[http://developer.berlios.de/projects/php-qt/ PHP-Qt Website]

Latest revision as of 02:07, 22 August 2012

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PHP-Qt is still under development.

PHP is a widely used programming language with support for object orientation. You can find more about the language and its interpreter at php.net, or read about the PHP compiler at Roadsend.com.

The purpose of PHP bindings is enabling PHP developers to write desktop applications using the powerful technologies provided by Qt, KDE and related frameworks. For now the Qt API is covered.

    class MyWidget extends QWidget
    {
 
        private $quit;
        private $slider;
        private $layout;
        private $lcd;
 
        function __construct()
        {
            parent::__construct();
 
            $this->quit = new QPushButton(tr("Quit"));
            $this->quit->setFont(new QFont("Times", 18, QFont::Bold));
 
            $this->lcd = new QLCDNumber(2);
            $this->lcd->setSegmentStyle(QLCDNumber::Filled);
 
            $this->slider = new QSlider(Qt::Horizontal);
            $this->slider->setRange(0, 99);
            $this->slider->setValue(0);
 
            $this->connect($this->quit, SIGNAL('clicked()'), 
                        QApplication::instance(), SLOT('quit()'));
            $this->connect($this->slider, SIGNAL('valueChanged(int)'),
                        $this->lcd, SLOT('display(int)'));
 
            $this->layout = new QVBoxLayout();
            $this->layout->addWidget($this->quit);
            $this->layout->addWidget($this->lcd);
            $this->layout->addWidget($this->slider);
            $this->setLayout($this->layout);
        }
    }

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