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===Further reading===
 
===Further reading===
 
* [[Development/Tutorials#Personal Information Management (Akonadi)|Akonadi Tutorials]]
 
* [[Development/Tutorials#Personal Information Management (Akonadi)|Akonadi Tutorials]]
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* [http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdepimlibs-apidocs/akonadi/html/index.html Akonadi KDE API Documentation]
 
* [[Projects/PIM/Akonadi|Akonadi Project Wiki]]
 
* [[Projects/PIM/Akonadi|Akonadi Project Wiki]]
  

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Akonadi

Communication, calendaring and keeping information about others are fundamental parts of your daily work and private life. As a provider of an application development framework and of a Free Software desktop runtime environment, KDE addresses this by tightly integrating with the PIM infrastructure provided by Akonadi.

KDE's implementation of an Akonadi client library stack makes it easy to develop both applications using Akonadi as their data source as well as Akonadi agents for the actual access to the data's persitant storage.

Further reading


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