This page holds a collection of articles and documentation which explain the programming of tools, widgets and games using Python, C++, KDE and/or Qt. This includes documentation of libraries which is usually created using the documentation tool KDoc or Doxygen.
- QCustomplot Python (3.x) bindings (2019):
These are Python bindings for the Open Source QCustomPlot plotting library. QCustomplot is a Qt C++ widget for plotting and data visualization build on Qt 5.x To use a Qt/C++ library in Python Pyside2 bindings need to be created. The bindings library is located at Github https://github.com/SBGit-2019/Pyside-QCP and allows to create such Python bindings for Windows as well as Linux so that QCustomplot can be used from within Python. Examples and screenshots are available.
- The Sprite library (deprecated):
This is a demonstration concept of a KDE sprite library.
This is a documentation of an experimental advanced sprite library. It is not yet used very much. Any comments are welcome. You can download an early version of the library as ksprite_v0_1.tar.gz. If you do any development on the library please let me know to keep the versions in sync. View the Sprite library (deprecated) documentation .
Source Game Development: Qt(R) Games for KDE, PDAs and Windows
This is a good book about OSS game development using Qt and KDE. It focuses on KDE 3.x but introduces Qt4 as well.
- C++ GUI
Programming with Qt 3 (Bruce Perens' Open Source Series)
The official Trolltech guide to Qt 3.x programming!