Development and Programming
|KDE delivers not only a desktop environment but also a software ecosystem, providing not only software for regular desktop use, but also tools to create such software. Whether developing for KDE platforms or programming in general or doing even web development, KDE offers programs that can help make any programmer's, or even non-programmer's, life easier and more productive.|
Generates the basic directory and file structure for a KDE development project.
An advanced text editor with many features including syntax highlighting.
RKWard is an easy to use and easily extensible IDE/GUI for R.
A client to subversion. It integrates nice in your Desktop and many applications.
A powerful and flexible Integrated Development Environment based on KDE technologies. Supports a number of languages such as C, C++, and Ruby.
See the differences between two versions of a text file clearly.
A viewer to compare or merge 2 or 3 files or directories.
A Graphical Debugger. It provides an intuitive interface for setting breakpoints, inspecting variables, and stepping through code.
A very capable multi-line, multi-file, multi-directory find and replace.
Display Qt Designer user interface (.ui) files.
Computer-aided translation system using a paragraph-by-paragraph translation approach when translating documentation.
Plasma add-ons creator that provides a "mini-IDE" for creating scripted Plasmoids, DataEngines, Runners, etc.
A diagramming tool for creating models of object-oriented software using UML.
An editor that allows you to look into any file and modify the bytes in it.
An IDE for microcontrollers and electronics.
A feature-rich web development environment with support for various markup and scripting languages, such as HTML, XML, and PHP.
An HTML image map editor from KDE.
A link checker from KDE, based in LinkStatus.
A GUI for debugging XSLT scripts
Support for this application can be found from the project's home page
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