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Sometimes it’s hard to get started using a tool, some people call it white page syndrome, in KDevelop we had the gray page syndrome:

kdevelop the gray

I guess you see what I mean.

To solve this problem we discussed many times about creating some way to Kickstart a KDevelop session properly, this is what I came up with. It’s nothing very different from what others do, but it’s ours, so that makes it immensely awesome. I guess you’ll understand about it easy by putting a video, looking forward to your feedback!

9 Comments

  1. ag

    Great work!

  2. Andreas

    Wow, I’m completely dumbstruck. This is really awesome and makes the whole app sooo much fancier. Really great work.

  3. jstaniek

    Hi, I understand the need rather well πŸ™‚ Kexi’s Approach is the full-size Modern Menu with welcome page
    http://www.calligra.org/news/first-beta-version-of-the-calligra-suite/attachment/kexi-2-4-startup-new-project/
    – already in 2.4. It was planned here http://blogs.kde.org/node/4405
    Thus Kexi is heading to web-like look, without all the extra borders and grays. I am open to exchange experiences πŸ™‚

  4. Rezza

    When could we expect it (I mean release)? The white page syndrome was not very friendly for newcomers and even in Qt Creator – I use theirs similar approach as the main way how to do everything in it πŸ™‚ So, thank you!

  5. plaristote

    This plasma kickstart for my favorite IDE is FABULOUS.
    I NEED it. NOW.

  6. mohammad

    good idea it’ll enhance the usability of the program

  7. Michael Wright

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! Definitely needed.

  8. apol

    Hi guys! I’m really happy to see such optimistic feedback! πŸ™‚ really appreciated

    @jstaniek πŸ™‚ good!

    @rezza I wouldn’t expect it before summer, although we’d like to release soon enough.

  9. Martin C.

    I love KDevelop, keep up your awesome work guys.

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