Difference between revisions of "Welcome to KDE TechBase"

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{{note| Techbase.kde.org is primarily aimed at external developers. You can find there documentation and help to build on or extending KDE products on your own projects.  
 
{{note| Techbase.kde.org is primarily aimed at external developers. You can find there documentation and help to build on or extending KDE products on your own projects.  
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== Still to be moved and organized ==
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* [[Special:myLanguage/Development|Develop]]
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Technical information for people who write KDE Software. Including [[Special:myLanguage/Getting Started|how to set up a development environment]], [[Special:myLanguage/Development/Tutorials|
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Tutorials]], [http://api.kde.org API Documentation], [[Special:myLanguage/Development/FAQs|FAQs]] and how to contact other developers and maintainers.
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* [[Special:myLanguage/KDE System Administration | KDE System Administration]]
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Information for system administrators managing KDE deployments, from a handful of computers with one or two KDE Applications to thousands of machines running the Plasma Desktop. This area is also useful for power users wishing to tweak their own installations.
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KDE operates three wikis, listed at [https://wiki.kde.org/ wiki.kde.org]}}
 
KDE operates three wikis, listed at [https://wiki.kde.org/ wiki.kde.org]}}

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Techbase.kde.org is primarily aimed at external developers. You can find there documentation and help to build on or extending KDE products on your own projects.

Still to be moved and organized

Technical information for people who write KDE Software. Including how to set up a development environment, Tutorials, API Documentation, FAQs and how to contact other developers and maintainers.

Information for system administrators managing KDE deployments, from a handful of computers with one or two KDE Applications to thousands of machines running the Plasma Desktop. This area is also useful for power users wishing to tweak their own installations.


KDE operates three wikis, listed at wiki.kde.org
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Calligra
Calligra description
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Extra-CMake-Modules
ECM description
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KDE Frameworks (KF5)
Frameworks description
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KIPI
KDE Image Plugin Interface description
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Krita
Krita description
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Marble
Marble description
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Plasma
Plasma description

Outdated products

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KDElibs bindings
Bindings to use KDElibs (KDE4 and 3)

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