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:Want to develop a powerful Qt application or take your current one to the next level? Try using the '''[[Special:MyLanguage/KF5|KDE Frameworks]]''', a set of powerful libraries built on top of Qt. It includes utility classes like KArchive for file compression, KItemModels for extending Qt's Model/View framework, or Kirigami for creating responsive and convergent applications for mobile, desktop, and anything in between.

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:Want to develop a powerful Qt application or take your current one to the next level? Try using the '''[[Special:MyLanguage/KF5|KDE Frameworks]]''', a set of powerful libraries built on top of Qt. It includes utility classes like KArchive for file compression, KItemModels for extending Qt's Model/View framework, or Kirigami for creating responsive and convergent applications for mobile, desktop, and anything in between.
Translation:Want to develop a powerful Qt application or take your current one to the next level? Try using the '''[[Special:MyLanguage/KF5|KDE Frameworks]]''', a set of powerful libraries built on top of Qt. It includes utility classes like KArchive for file compression, KItemModels for extending Qt's Model/View framework, or Kirigami for creating responsive and convergent applications for mobile, desktop, and anything in between.
Want to develop a powerful Qt application or take your current one to the next level? Try using the KDE Frameworks, a set of powerful libraries built on top of Qt. It includes utility classes like KArchive for file compression, KItemModels for extending Qt's Model/View framework, or Kirigami for creating responsive and convergent applications for mobile, desktop, and anything in between.

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