Main features of KDevelop are:
The main benefits of KDevelop are its low resource cost requirement, full support for many languages, context-based completion of codes, navigation popup widget, and adaptability. Here are more details:
The platform runs on low prerequisites that allow users to properly deploy it on low-end or older machines. It utilizes a small part of the memory, which means that other applications can also be opened and switched between without causing any lagging or other similar issues.
Context-Based Code Completion
While it’s pretty common for IDEs to feature code completion functionality, only a few of them implement it using context as a basis. KDevelop is an example of such a platform. It features sophisticated heuristics which allows for best code completion by providing suggestions that are based on context.
The IDE features a robust quick navigation popup widget that allows users to navigate around their project easily. For example, if coders want to go back to a parent class, they can do so without the need to scroll up many times. It’s also capable of browsing functions, classes, and projects as well as searching for symbols and jumping to declarations or definitions.
KDevelop is developed with the mindset that each programmer is utilizing a unique style of doing their jobs. That is why the system is made to be adaptable, allowing them to rearrange and configure the interface the way they see fit.
The following KDevelop integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
KDevelop pricing is available in the following plans: