JUL
28
2007

SuperKaramba and Plasma, Part 2

After providing last time a screenshot and a screencast (2.4MB, mpeg4) of SuperKaramba in action running the Aero AIO theme, here we go with a more concrete sample that connects SuperKaramba and Plasma together.

This Python sample script does use the Plasma TimeEngine to display the current local time - such kind of clock-examples will never end I guess :)

JUL
27
2007

SuperKaramba and Plasma

SuperKaramba as Plasma Applet running 4 instances of the Aero AIO theme.

Screenshot;

MAY
13
2007

SuperKaramba with JavaScript

Once in a while we had an interesting pool about the Preferred Scripting Language where the result showed something of a concensus that Python and Ruby are the primary preferred scripting languages (from within those small list of possibilities the pool offered).

APR
19
2007

SuperKaramba with Ruby

Just some minutes ago the next generation of SuperKaramba got Ruby support. That means, you are able to use Python and Ruby to write your karamba's now.

APR
5
2007

Progress on Kross

It's a while I blogged last time and a lot happened during that decade. So, let's summarize some lately highlights around the Kross Scripting Framework;

The famous Superkaramba got Kross as optional backend and guess what, we got it managed to stay backward-compatible. For example Aero AIO and A-foto are already running with the next generation of Superkaramba with Kross. Fantastic work Alexander Wiedenbruch provided here.

DEC
20
2006

Let's support OpenXML!

as someone who likes to spend his free time on developing in the KOffice project I am very much interessted in open standards. As we all know, KOffice was the first Office-suite that publicly announced support for OpenDocument. So, why not repeat that success-story again with OpenXML? I say it is possible and at following lines I'll show you how easy it is.

NOV
15
2006

KSpread 2.0 Scripting

In the category of scripting in KSpread 2.0 using Kross2 the KSpread 2.0 Scripting article provides an overview of what's possible with KSpread based on Qt4+KDE4 this days.

AUG
21
2006

Kross 2.0 and DBus

While my account on kdedevelopers.org exists for quit a long time, I just got the feeling that it may an idea to blog a bit about the progress done lately on Kross, the scripting framework and in what direction it moves with kde4.

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