A developer’s guide to Plasmoids

CREATING PLASMOIDS

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We take a peek at how to create your own plasmoids for the latest KDE desktop, giving you the power to build the perfect active desktop environment.

When the KDE desktop made the transition from version 3 to 4, many things changed. One of the larger changes was the introduction of the plasma desktop. Instead of a background image with icons, the desktop is now host to plasmoids, also known as desktop widgets.

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