Update on PWAPlanet – Planet KDE

Helloooo =D I don't know if you remember, that on the beginning of this year I went o a Google event where I learn a few about Progressive Web Apps, if you don't, please access this post, where I explain my adventure. So today I went to an another Google Event, Google Dev Fest Rio(GDGRio), … Continue reading Update on PWAPlanet – Planet KDE

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Atelier and the social networks

This post is only a catch-up. In my opinion, I think that any project needs to have their social networks accounts and website so people can easily find information about it. To achieve that, the first thing that I put some work into, was on the website. Atelier isn't only for Linux users, so we … Continue reading Atelier and the social networks

Monitoring 3DPrinters with Atelier

One of the features that were asked a lot of times on our Telegram groups was the ability to monitor the 3DPrinter via a stream feed. Since we released the beta version of the AtCore couple weeks ago, we are trying now to get more work done with Atelier. In our project, Atelier is the … Continue reading Monitoring 3DPrinters with Atelier

Hacktoberfest and JavaScript

The month of October is known as the month of beer in many places of the world. As everything in the world of technology, we adapt events of the "humans" side and add it to the "exact" world. So Digital Ocean and Github have this event called Hacktoberfest. This event has the goal to push … Continue reading Hacktoberfest and JavaScript

My first patch on Kate: Signals&Slots

A while ago I started to use Kate's code as a base on Atelier. Since Kate uses KTextEditor API, and I need to use it, it was quite handy for me. With that in mind, I noted that all the Signals&Slots of Kate was on the following deprecated pattern of Qt4. With that kind of … Continue reading My first patch on Kate: Signals&Slots

My Advendtures on Crafting part III – Craft Atelier

Once upon a time, I start o use Craft, an amazing tool inside KDE that does almost all the hard work to compile KDE Applications on Windows and MacOS. Thanks to the great work of Hannah since last year Randa Meetings, Craft is becoming a great tool. Using all the power of Python, I started … Continue reading My Advendtures on Crafting part III – Craft Atelier

AtCore officialy moved to KDE Extragear

It's with all the joy in my heart that I share with you this amazing notice: AtCore was officially moved today to KDE Extragear by my favorite sysadmin Ben Cooksley after more than a month on KDE Review. This is the first huge milestone that we achieve on this 11 months of team work made … Continue reading AtCore officialy moved to KDE Extragear

How to play around with Python and Mock

Once upon a time, I started an internship program. On that program, I needed to program in Python and also write tests. Based on my short experience with Python, I already hated to write tests. I didn't have enough abstraction to learn to write useful tests. After a really long and painful process of learning, I … Continue reading How to play around with Python and Mock

Atelier/AtCore Updates =D

Well, it's time for some updates. =D As you know we are working on the development of a Printer Host inside KDE Community called Atelier. AtCore So far, so good. =D haha We are working on the final adjust and getting feedback of KDE-Core-Devel team to move our application from Playground to Extragear so we … Continue reading Atelier/AtCore Updates =D

My adventures on Crafting PT II

5 days ago I did the part one of this adventure, that you can check here. Now it's time for part two. =D Well, I was able to Craft AtCore. And have it running on Windows. However, that raised a problem that I had when I crafted AtCore on the beginning of the year. It … Continue reading My adventures on Crafting PT II