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== Components and Plugins ==
 
== Components and Plugins ==
 
;[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.

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 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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