From Linux Journal: "There are many toolkits to choose from for building Linux desktop applications. Some say this is Linux's downfall; others say it is its greatest
feature. I'll stand somewhere in the middle and say choice is good if you choose what meets your needs. Most graphical user interfaces (GUIs) on Linux
are based on X, a client/server architecture that allows for networked computers to share GUI applications. With X, the application is the client that
sends its graphical output to an X server. The X server accepts applications' output on behalf of its local hardware (or sometimes virtual hardware,
but I won't go there in this article). In most cases, the X server and the X client are on the same machine, but use the client/server architecture
May 24, 2002
Kode KDE kindly, kan you?
- Open Source