Beginning KDevelop Programming is an independent project developed soley by pseudonym67. It is an attempt to bring a Windows style programming manual to Linux, following the Windows philosophy that the programmer does not need to know everything about the operating system in order to be able to program on it. Therefore if you can access a version of KDE 3.x, regardless of Linux flavour then you should find this project useful
Having said that I should point out that it was developed using Suse Linux and therefore you may have to translate some parts of the project whatever flavour of Linux you are using. This should however, only occur during setup instructions and not within any of the code discussions
This project does not go into detail about the KDE Source though some references are obviously made as we are using the KDE libraries for our development but it will hopefully provide a reasonable starting point for people who wish to contribute to the KDE Project at a later date.
Finally this project aims to be a good starting point for people who wish to write their own applications that run as either as their own projects or as a part of the KDE environment.
June 08 :- Published Database Programming With MySQL in the CodeProject website that now has a Linux section. This article is a updated version of Chapter 5. As openSuse 11.0 does not contain KDevelop4 I will be writing articles on CodeProject for the immeadiate future. Also published Anatomy Of A Simple KDE Application
June 08 :- Chapter Fourteen - A Simple Editor Application. The final update for the version 3.x
April 08 :- Appendix A Ugrading KDevelop A Quick tutorial on using the KDevelop wizard to convert a project from Suse 10 to openSuse 10.3 and Bibliography ( pdf only )
March 08 :- Chapter Thirteen - Global Information and Configuration Files
January 08 :- Chapter Twelve - Drawing
August 07 :- Chapter Eleven - Events
July 07 :- Chapter Ten - Custom Widgets
Putting together some articles for Code Project, to a large extent these will be based on material on this site but will include new things that are planned for version 4.x
Copyright (c) 2006 by pseudonym67. This material may be distributed only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Open Publication License, vX.Y or later (the latest version is presently available at http://www.opencontent.org/openpub/)