KDE Frameworks are 80-or-so lightweight libraries which you can use in any C++ application. If you are using the Qt platform already, KDE Frameworks provide hundreds of useful little things, from macros and syntax highlighting to desktop integration and icon theming. Such a gaggle of libraries can be overwhelming, so let's take a brief look at a handful of them and what they can do for you, as well as how to use them in your C++ project.
Session author bios
Adriaan de Groot is a KDE hacker, FreeBSD packager, cook and teller-of-bedtime-stories.
|Level of Difficulty||Intermediate|