Presented by:

Yan Arief

from openSUSE Indonesia

I am an linux enthusiast, living in Yogyakarta - Indonesia. I started using openSUSE since 2006. I am currently working as web based application developer and system administrator.

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K Desktop Environment or KDE is one of the most popular in Linux. Many features provided by KDE. This is my favorite desktop environment that I use everyday with openSUSE.

On this session I will talk about one of the cool features of KDE, namely Plasmoid, a simple script for the plasma engine. I am focusing on writing QML (Qt Modeling Language) script to create a Plasmoid. QML is a user interface markup language. It is a declarative language for designing user interface–centric applications. Inline JavaScript code handles imperative aspects.

On this talk I will explain how to create plasmoid as RSS feed reader, for example fetching RSS feed of openSUSE.id blog. This feed will be displayed on desktop if the blog was updated. Plasmoid will send a notification on desktop.

I will explain how to write QML code using Qt libraries, compile the plasmoid, install it on the desktop, and also give tips and tricks using QML to create other Plasmoid.

Date:
2018 August 12 - 15:00
Duration:
30 min
Room:
Conference Room #304
Language:
Track:
Difficulty:
Easy

Happening at the same time:

  1. Integrating Cloud Pinyin in ibus-libpinyin
  2. Start Time:
    2018 August 12 15:00

    Room:
    Conference Room #201