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Tizen Tidbits: How to Duplicate Projects in Tizen Studio

January 21, 2020 | by Diego Lizarazo Rivera | in Tutorial

Welcome back to the Tizen Tidbits series where we cover different aspects of Tizen app development. In the third video of the series, we will cover a quick tip on how to duplicate projects in Tizen Studio. This can be useful when you want to experiment modifying or adding new features, without losing your current […]

Add Timely Texts to Your Galaxy Watch Designs using Custom Complications

January 20, 2020 | by Jakia Sultana | in Tutorial

A complication in Galaxy Watch Designer (GWD) is an object that can be created by a combination of different types of components. A creative complication makes a watch face unique and attractive. Previously, there was no direct way to reuse a custom complication. Now, with the custom complication feature, you can design, save, and reuse […]

Tizen Tidbits: How to Use Sample Projects in Tizen Studio

January 13, 2020 | by Diego Lizarazo Rivera | in Tutorial

This is the second video in the Tizen Tidbits series, where we cover many core concepts of Tizen development in focused videos of ten minutes or less. Today we will show you an overview of the different samples offered in Tizen Studio and how you can leverage them to start your own projects. The video […]

Bixby Takes Center Stage at Project Voice

January 4, 2020 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

CES isn’t the only big conference to hit in January 2020. The following week, from January 13-17, an army of voice platforms, developers, analysts, and media will descend on Chattanooga, Tennessee to exchange ideas and strategies at Project Voice. The Bixby Developers team will be there from Monday’s opening workshops to the closing address on […]

Tizen Tidbits: How to Use Project Templates to Create Applications in Tizen Studio

December 17, 2019 | by Diego Lizarazo Rivera | in Tutorial

In this new video series, we will cover many core concepts of Tizen development in short, focused videos. Today we will show you how to create a new project in Tizen Studio and use the different templates to start building your own apps. The templates shown in the video are for web app development, but […]

Create Jaw-Dropping Social Media Visuals with Our New Galaxy Store Social Media Kit

December 16, 2019 | by Joseph Nagle | in Announcement

Creating compelling social media visuals can be a very time-consuming endeavor. It’s even harder to find the time to write great copy that complements the visuals. To top it all off, there is no guarantee that your post will reach enough people to make it worth your time. In spite of this, social media remains […]

How to Add Watch Face Features Using Tizen Web

December 11, 2019 | by Ummey Habiba Bristy | in Tutorial

Smart watch users are interested in having an interactive and eye-catching watch faces, which makes creating watch faces a great area for developers to explore. You can create varieties of watch faces, focusing on different perspectives and purposes. This blog can help you create a basic watch face using HTML and JavaScript in Tizen Studio. […]

Hackers’ Playground Recap: The first hacking experience event at SDC

December 2, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

Hackers’ Playground, the first hacking experience event at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC), was held during SDC19 in San Jose. The security team at Samsung Research hosted this event to help developers learn about the importance of security and how to protect their own code. The event was open to any software developer or security […]

Getting Started with Watch Face Development Using the Tizen Web API

November 14, 2019 | by Md. Iqbal Hossain | in Tutorial

Watch faces are a special type of application that runs on the home screen of a Tizen wearable watch. Different watch faces have different purposes and can be interacted with in diverse ways. A watch face creates the first impression of the watch and holds value as a fashion accessory. Anyone can make a watch […]

And That’s a Wrap! Check Out Highlights from SDC19.

November 4, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

Thanks to everyone who came to Samsung Developer Conference last week or tuned in to the livestream! Here were some of our favorite moments.

Samsung Developer Conference: Day 2 Recap

October 31, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

And that’s a wrap for SDC19! We started our morning at Fit @ SDC with Under Armour before heading to the Spotlight Session. If you didn’t get a chance to attend, make sure to watch the video. We also listened to Justin Sun’s tech session at the Theater, along with a few others, and continued […]

Samsung Developer Conference: Day 1 Recap

October 30, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

Developers, designers, and partners all gathered in the San Jose Convention Center for Day 1 of SDC19. The day unfolded with big announcements, inspiring messages, and new updates on tools and SDKs that allow developers to scale their services across billions of devices through an extensive, secure and connected ecosystem. Check out the highlights below! […]