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Tutorials are the fastest way of finding out what KDE will do for you, and how to do it. Here is a list of currently available tutorials for KDE2 development.  
 
Tutorials are the fastest way of finding out what KDE will do for you, and how to do it. Here is a list of currently available tutorials for KDE2 development.  
  
{{tip|If you are working with a newer version of KDE, such as KDE3 or KDE4, these tutorials are probably of limited use to you. For tutorials covering more current KDE development topics, visit the [[Development/Tutorials|main tutorials page]]}}
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== Getting Started ==
 
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== General ==
 
== General ==
;[http://www.andamooka.org/reader.pl?section=kde20devel KDE 2.0 Development]
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;[http://tinf2.vub.ac.be/~dvermeir/manual/KDE20Development-html/index.html KDE 2.0 Development]
 
:''A KDE 2.0 development "book"''
 
:''A KDE 2.0 development "book"''
  
 
== Components and Plugins ==
 
== Components and Plugins ==
 
;[http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/edu/l-dw-linuxkp1-i.html Creating KParts Component]
 
:''Tutorial on IBM DeveloperWorks, by [mailto:faure@kde.org David Faure] shows developers how to create KParts components, under KDE 2 and KDE 3.''
 
 
;[http://phil.freehackers.org/kde/kpart-techno/kpart-techno.html KParts demonstration]
 
:''Tutorial by [mailto:pfremy at kde dot org Philippe Fremy] demonstrating the use of KParts in KDE 2 applications, including KOffice.''
 
 
;[http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/rich/kde-tutorial.html GUI building with KDE]
 
:''An introduction to creating a basic KDE 2 application.'
 
 
;[http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/dot/writing-plugins.html Writing Plugins For KDE Applications]
 
:''This tutorial aims to demonstrate how easy it is to write plugins for KDE 2 using KParts.''
 
  
 
=== Kicker ===
 
=== Kicker ===
 
;[[/Extending the KDE Panel|Extending the KDE Panel]]  
 
;[[/Extending the KDE Panel|Extending the KDE Panel]]  
 
:''This tutorial teaches you how to implement a simple panel applet using the panel applet API.  It is a suitable task for an introduction to KDE programming.''
 
:''This tutorial teaches you how to implement a simple panel applet using the panel applet API.  It is a suitable task for an introduction to KDE programming.''

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Tutorials are the fastest way of finding out what KDE will do for you, and how to do it. Here is a list of currently available tutorials for KDE2 development.

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If you are working with a newer version of KDE software, visit the main tutorials page


Getting Started

A KDE tutorial, KHello
A KDE 2 programming tutorial by Daniel Marjamäki. This tutorial introduces the KDE APIs using a graphical version of the world famous 'hello world' program. This document is also available in single download as a gzipped tar file.

General

KDE 2.0 Development
A KDE 2.0 development "book"

Components and Plugins

Kicker

Extending the KDE Panel
This tutorial teaches you how to implement a simple panel applet using the panel applet API. It is a suitable task for an introduction to KDE programming.

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