JUL
27
2001

Review: theKompany's Universal Documentation Tool

"If you've ever wanted to get into programming for either KDE or Qt but weren't sure where to begin, theKompany's DocBrowser is a pretty good place to start. It features a truly hyper-linked set of documentation for KDE and Qt's API, flow diagrams for how code relates, and easy to understand documentation of the calls you want to use." Get the rest of the review here. [Ed: This is closed-source commercial software.]

JUL
16
2001

Apps Roundup #2: Focus on Bibletime 1.0

The weekly Apps Roundup column has turned out to be not-so-weekly this far, but in the second installment I go much further in-depth and take a closer look at Bibletime, a scripture-study program for those of the Judaeo-Christian faiths. Because I went crazy with the screenshots, the review is
available here. Enjoy!

MAY
18
2001

Weekly Apps Roundup #1

Some time ago I decided to start a weekly column, Apps Roundup,
to summarize some of the interesting things happening with KDE applications. This inaugural issue features status updates
for Kate,
Kivio,
LISa and the KDE Installer

FEB
19
2001

theKompany.com Releases Kapital, a Personal Finance Manager for KDE

Kapital is our personal finance manager package for KDE and Linux. It is meant to be in the spirit of Intuit Quicken or Microsoft Money, but without the bloat associated with those packages from years of justifying upgrades. Kapital has everything you need for managing all your personal finances.

DEC
21
2000

Skanning with Kooka

Torsten Rahn is ebullient about a
KDE program for scanning using
SANE called
Kooka.
"This is a real
nice productivity-app proving that it's easy to create extremely useful
apps for KDE 2 with relatively little work."

Details below.

Kooka

Kooka is a raster image scan program for the KDE2 system.

OCT
1
2000

KBear 1.0 released

Björn Sahlström wrote in to inform us of the first stable release of KBear, an easy to use and quite powerful FTP client for KDE2. Amongst other features, it supports extended MDI, includes a flexible site database, and can connect to multiple hosts simultanously.

SEP
28
2000

Kaim preview release

The preview release for Kaim has just been posted up on the on the Kaim homepage.

SEP
22
2000

theKompany.com releases Kugar, a business reporting tool for KDE

theKompany.com announced a new reporting application for KDE that works by merging application data and a template to create a final report. It can run standalone or as a KPart (which means it can be embedded in other KDE applications, such as KWord or Konqueror). Impressive stuff.

SEP
21
2000

KVim 0.1 announced

The first developer release of KVim is out, thanks to Thomas Capricelli. In case you've been living under a rock, VIM is one of the most popular Vi variants out there, and KVim is evidently the KDE port of that worthy editor. A screenshot or two are available.

SEP
2
2000

New Visio style application

theKompany.com recently announced the Kivio project, an attempt to build a Visio clone. Kivio will be based on KDE2 technology such as KParts and so it will be fully interoperable with KOffice.

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