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== Abstract ==
 
== Abstract ==
  
DBUS allows applications to expose internal API to the outside world. These APIs can then be accessed via the DBUS protocol using command line applications or DBUS libraries and bindings themselves. This tutorial looks at the latter method with examples that you can use in your applications.
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D-Bus allows applications to expose internal API to the outside world. These APIs can then be accessed via the D-Bus protocol using command line applications or D-Bus libraries and bindings themselves. This tutorial looks at the latter method with examples that you can use in your applications.
  
 
== Prerequisites ==
 
== Prerequisites ==
 
Technologies:
 
Technologies:
 
* Qt4
 
* Qt4
* DBUS
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* D-Bus
  
  
 
Tutorials:
 
Tutorials:
* [[Development/Tutorials/Introduction_To_DBUS|Introduction To DBUS]]
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* [[Development/Tutorials/Introduction_To_DBUS|Introduction To D-Bus]]
  
== DBUS Interfaces ==
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== D-Bus Interfaces ==
  
  

Revision as of 19:20, 26 December 2006

Contents

Abstract

D-Bus allows applications to expose internal API to the outside world. These APIs can then be accessed via the D-Bus protocol using command line applications or D-Bus libraries and bindings themselves. This tutorial looks at the latter method with examples that you can use in your applications.

Prerequisites

Technologies:

  • Qt4
  • D-Bus


Tutorials:

D-Bus Interfaces

Using QDBusMessage

Using QDBusInterface

Using An Interface

Connecting To Signals

Other Resources


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