One Code Base, Multiple Form Factors

Posted by Fettoosh on Oct 31, 2012 5:49 PM EDT
aseigo.blogspot; By Aaron J. Seigo
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Yesterday we pushed a small but significant clean-up to a feature set we've been working on for a couple of years now which is perhaps one of the more interesting things we're doing in Plasma: the idea of "one code base, multiple form factors." The idea is that whether your application is running as a widget on the desktop, docked in a panel, running full screen as part of a mediacenter, running in a touch based environment or as a regular ol' app-in-a-window, much of the code can be shared. We often put the non-graphical bits into shared libraries, and traditional we've built multiple front ends that are optimized for different form factors and input methods which use these libraries.

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