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To learn KDE programming, first read this:
 
To learn KDE programming, first read this:
 
http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/cpp-pitfalls.html
 
http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/cpp-pitfalls.html
Know how you can get help: Whenever you have a KDE class and want the KDE documentation for it, point your konqueror to [[kde:KApplication]] (in case you want help for the class KApplication).
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Know how you can get help: Whenever you have a KDE class and want the KDE documentation for it, point your konqueror to <a href=kde:KApplication>kde:KApplication</a> (in case you want help for the class KApplication).
  
 
=Your lessons=
 
=Your lessons=
 
* [[ProgrammingTutorialFirstProgram | Your first program]]
 
* [[ProgrammingTutorialFirstProgram | Your first program]]
 
* [[How to write Kontact plugins]]
 
* [[How to write Kontact plugins]]

Revision as of 21:27, 31 August 2006

This is a tutorial to learn KDE programming by examples. It assumes you are working with KDE 4, not KDE 3 (see build_unstable for how to build it).


Overview

To learn KDE programming, first read this: http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/cpp-pitfalls.html Know how you can get help: Whenever you have a KDE class and want the KDE documentation for it, point your konqueror to <a href=kde:KApplication>kde:KApplication</a> (in case you want help for the class KApplication).

Your lessons


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