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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! […]

Watch it Live – Tune in to the SDC19 Livestream

October 28, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

Can't make it to Samsung Developer Conference? Make sure you catch our livestream!

Was your Galaxy Watch app submission rejected due to Gear S2 incompatibility? Here’s a solution.

October 23, 2019 | by Tony Morelan | in Tutorial

Since the release of Galaxy Watch Designer 1.7, the Gear S2 watch is no longer supported. This has caused many apps to be rejected by the review team when publishing to the Galaxy Store. When uploading your watch face app to Seller Office you must now deselect all S2 devices within the Supported Devices. After […]

Looking for Reviews? Just Ask!

October 22, 2019 | by Joseph Nagle | in Tutorial

A big part of converting users from a click to a sale often involves your ratings and reviews. Apps that have strong reviews and scores typically have an edge over apps with few or bad reviews. In today’s world, this is how many users define quality without actually purchasing. Just Checking In By implementing the […]

Last Chance to Register! Don’t Miss These Awesome Experiences at SDC19.

October 17, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program

Inspiration abounds at Samsung Developer Conference. Get your imagination and learn on with these experiences and exhibits.

“Where’s My Crypto Coin?” Featuring Samsung Blockchain Keystore SDK

October 10, 2019 | by Shuvo Saha | in Tutorial

Recent Galaxy phones, such as the S10e, S10, S10+, Note10, and Fold, can now securely store your cryptocurrency wallet using the Samsung Blockchain Keystore (SBK). In this article, we explore one of the key features offered by the Keystore SDK--how to get your Blockchain address from the SBK SDK and three ways to share it.

Noteworthy Speakers. Innovative Sessions. We’re Ready for SDC19! Are You?

October 9, 2019 | by Samsung Developer Program | in Events

T-minus 20 days until Samsung Developer Conference! Get ready for an incredible lineup of speakers and tech sessions. Hear the latest announcements straight from Samsung leaders and learn from industry pioneers as they discuss tech’s hottest topics. Plus, get hands-on experience with the newest SDKs and developer tools. Check out some speakers we’re excited about. […]

Use Tizen To Enable Galaxy Watch Rotary Events

October 8, 2019 | by Md. Iqbal Hossain | in Tutorial

Learn all about how to handle rotary events in Tizen web and native applications. In the following example, you'll learn how to let a user interact with bezel by using the rotary event to receive or reject a call.

Use Tizen Web To Measure Heart Rate With Galaxy Watches

October 2, 2019 | by Ummey Habiba Bristy

Health monitoring is a very popular feature in smart watches, and Tizen provides various APIs for this purpose. One API is HumanActivityMonitor, which allows users to monitor health by providing metrics such as heart rate, step count, and stress level. This blog describes how to measure heart rate using this API