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Kalpa.Cloud

   10.05.0  

KDE Development Tool

Score 65%
Link:  http://kalpa.ru
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2253
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  May 2 2010

Description:

Kalpa.Cloud is a toolkit for developing SaaS applications. It consists of a Universal Crossplatform Client and a Qt-based library. It allows the developer to just write code using the Qt programming style for the server side and forget about the client side.
You may ask the developer for access to demo resource.




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 Examples?

 
 by armstrong on: Apr 1 2004
 
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Just out of curiosity:

Can you post an example application for others (like me) to get an impression, what GLAN is all about?
Maybe an example application to demonstrate what GLAN does.

Usually you'd have a frontend GUI app for a backend (lets say a database), where you'd have most of the logic in the GUI application and a dump database just to store the data.

I haven't looked at the code, but I guess, that GLAN does the opposite? correct?


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 Examaples

 
 by glan on: Apr 2 2004
 
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Hi all.
In Glan distribution in Src/Examples directory you can see some examples.
These examples is little bit transformed from Qt classical examples to show how it's simple to create client-server application using Glan.
I promise to post a lot of other examples.
More. Soon I plan to announce project Kalpa that is Glan based project.


Sorry for my English. :)
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 ?

 
 by SpyHunter on: Apr 2 2004
 
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All QT applications are already client-server network-transparent applications because they run on the X window system. Why is GLAN necessary?


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 Re: ?

 
 by glan on: Apr 2 2004
 
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And all Windows applications are network-transparent via Citrix. ;)
But everybody continue to create there GUI clients or "Thin" IE(mozilla)-based client-server solutions using HTML-generation servers.
WHY?


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 Re: ?

 
 by glan on: Apr 2 2004
 
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By the way.
All Qt Applications ??? And MS-Windows/Qt based application run on X-windows too?
Cool.


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 Re: ?

 
 by ibc on: Feb 7 2007
 
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Really? if you export the X to use an application in other computer, you will not have access to your using computer with that app, which just will see the "native" computer.

It's not enoguht.

And it's not very cool that the aspect and colors of an app (a X exported app) is very different of the apps in the working computer.


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 Cool

 
 by kdeappsce on: Oct 13 2005
 
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I understand that GLAN is a really cool thingy; OTOH it's not a product which affects many people. I hope GLAN will be a successful project and there will be some new applications using it!


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 Re: Cool

 
 by glan on: Oct 15 2005
 
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Thanks a lot for you interests. I hope this way of creating client-server application will be acceptable for developers.


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 What about SMOKE ?

 
 by arnodupuis on: Nov 1 2005
 
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Hello,
I think that your project is really interesting and I would like to know if you have already test the bindings generations via SMOKE ?
I haven't yet read the code nor download it, but I assume that this is whole C++ code and if I use it it may be with Perl so SMOKE is my friend ;-)


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 Where project living? :)

 
 by wik on: Jul 8 2008
 
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Hello,

Is it published somewhere? Repository, trackers, etc. Homepage still so empty :)

Thanks.

p.s.
Is there any "quick start" guide?


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