KDE/QT Programming Bible

KDE/QT Programming Bible

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Designed for beginning to advanced C and C++ programmers, this tutorial teaches readers the details of building GUI interfaces for desktop applications that will run in the KDE desktop environment. Because KDE is built on the legacy X-window graphics APIs, as well as the widgets of the widely distributed KDE Toolkit, readers must master a complex programming architecture, as well as the intricacies of standard GUI elements such as windows, events, toolbars and menus. Expert author Arthur Griffith untangles this web of relationships and shows readers how to build compelling GUIs for Linux workstations and other desktops.show more

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  • Mixed media product | 900 pages
  • 186 x 230 x 50mm | 1,339.98g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764546821
  • 9780764546822

About Arthur Griffith

About the Author Arthur Griffith has been programming computers for twenty-five years. He has several years of experience in graphics programming, including X11 and motif. His broad background includes oil and gas monitoring, satellite communications, insurance company databases, real-time controls, and hardware diagnostic systems. He specializes in writing computer language interpreters and compilers and has implemented several special-purpose languages. Among the books he has written are Java Master Reference and COBOL For Dummies. He is also the co-author of Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Linux. Arthur now lives in Homer, Alaska, and is a full-time writer and teacher. You can contact him at arthur@belugalake.com.show more

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The KDE/Qt Programming Bible is a comprehensive tutorial for beginning to advanced C and C++ programmers. Its purpose is to teach readers the details of building GUI interfaces for desktop applications that will run in the KDE desktop environment. Because KDE is built on the legacy X-window graphics APIs, as well as the widgets of the widely distributed KDE Toolkit, readers must master a complex programming architecture, as well as the intricacles of standard GUI elements such as windows, events, toolbars and menus. Expert author Arthur Griffith untangles this web of relationships and shows readers how to build compelling GUIs for Linux workstations and other desktops.show more

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