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== Abstract ==
 
== 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.
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D-Bus allows applications to expose internal API to the outside world. These APIs can then be accessed at run-time 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 ==

Revision as of 02:46, 1 January 2007

Contents

Abstract

D-Bus allows applications to expose internal API to the outside world. These APIs can then be accessed at run-time 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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