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På Tizen.se hittar ni alla nyheter kring Tizen på ett och samma ställe samt ett forum för diskussioner.

Samsung Z1 is now available in Remote Test Lab!

Samsung Z1 is now available in Remote Test Lab!

Hi, As the launch of the first Tizen powered smartphone, the Samsung Z1, we are very happy to announce that Remote Test Lab service supports Samsung Z1 device.   <Service URL> http://developer.samsung.com/remotetestlab/rtlDeviceList.action?tabName=tizen The Remote Test Lab is a free service.
If you are already Samsung Developers member, you can access a real device through the internet, install an application and test it remotely. Main Features
The following table shows main features of Remote Test Lab service. TYPE FEATURE Basic Function Real-time Screen Transfer Screen Touch,  H/W Button Control Screen Management Screen Quality & Scale Control Orientation Modification Screen Capture, Video Recording Screen Session Share Device Management Application Management Copy...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/jds38317/2015/samsung-z1-now-available-remote-test-lab
 
Samsung Z is now available in Remote Test Lab!

Samsung Z is now available in Remote Test Lab!

Tizen App Developers, We are very pleased to announce that Samsung Z, the 1st Tizen smartphone, is now available in Remote Test Lab! The Remote Test Lab is a free service.
If you are already Samsung Developers member, you can access a real device through the internet, install an application and test it remotely.   Main Features
The following table shows main features of Remote Test Lab service. TYPE FEATURE Basic Function Real-time Screen Transfer Screen Touch,  H/W Button Control Screen Management Screen Quality Control Orientation Modification Screen Capture, Video Recording Screen Session Share Device Management Application Management Copy Clipboard File System Access Test Function Log Viewer Automatic Testing How to use ...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/ttojattoja/2014/samsung-z-now-available-remote-test-lab
 

Tizen App Challenge

We are very pleased to announce the winners of the Tizen App Challenge , a contest that awarded over $4M in prizes to app developers. 54 prizes were awarded to top ranked Tizen apps across 9 categories. In addition, the top rated HTML5 apps received $50,000 each. We were very impressed with the breadth, quality, and quantity of the submissions. In fact, it took a great deal of effort to narrow down the winners, particularly in the games categories. In the process, we also learned some interesting things about the Tizen developer community. In a survey...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/bdub/2014/tizen-app-challenge
 

Want to see what a Tizen Hackathon is like?

We held more than 14 events in 2013, in countries including the USA, Spain, France, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Scotland......Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/staudejulio/2014/want-see-what-tizen-hackathon-like
 
Tizen Developer Summit Korea 2013&hellip; what you missed is here!!

Tizen Developer Summit Korea 2013… what you missed is here!!

  The Tizen Developer Summit 2013 was the 3rd Tizen conference, and the first one in Asia. It was held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Seoul ( Korea) past November 11th and 12th. The Summit was a great success with over 700 attendees! The Room was Full! This event brought together app developers and Tizen backers from Samsung, Intel and different mobile operators. You could find companies like Orange, NTT Docomo, Marmalade, Sencha, ebay, Appbaker, Havok (with Project Anarchy), Here Maps, Matrix Engine for Tizen, TuneIn radio and much more companies. Even 36 new companies joined Tizen by this date!!...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/staudejulio/2013/tizen-developer-summit-korea-2013%E2%80%A6-what-you-missed-here
 
Silicon Valley Tizen Hackathon

Silicon Valley Tizen Hackathon

We gathered friday evening at  Enerspace Palo Alto and we asked you to develop apps and possibly win a prize — Up to $1000 for best app. Apps could be original or ported to Tizen.  Only two rules, the app had to run on the RD-PQ development phone, and you had to complete it and demo it for the judges by Saturday at six pm. We kicked off the Friday evening with a quick overview of the SDK and tools with Hod Greeley from Samsung and Raghavendra Reddy from Intel, and then we dove into setting up these development envireonments.  Many versions...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/stewartchristie/2013/silicon-valley-tizen-hackathon
 

Tizen App Challenge Extends Deadline!

Looking for more time to certify your app in the Tizen Store to enter the Tizen App Challenge? Want to port a few more apps to Tizen using new middleware tools like Construct 2, Marmalade SDK, Project Anarchy™ by Havok™, among many others? Great news... the Tizen App Challenge is extending its deadline by one month to Dec. 8, 2013, at 11:59pm PST. This means you have 4 more weeks for a chance at $4+ million.  "We've been really impressed with the flurry of new developer tools and activities in support of Tizen," said Brian Warner, Senior Member Services Manager for Linux Foundation...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/sarahkconway3/2013/tizen-app-challenge-extends-deadline
 
My First Hackathon : A developers view of the Tizen New York event.

My First Hackathon : A developers view of the Tizen New York event.

Monique Virgilio describes herself on her blog as a Creative Digital Solutions Leader and has written a short article cataloging her experiences at her first hackathon, which was our recent Tizen event in Brooklyn at the HugeInc co-operative workspace. This event, and her experiences are reasonably typical of the events we are holding in the US. Our hackathons in Paris and Madrid seem to have more champagne, judging from the twitter posts but the quality of the apps seem equivalent. You can read Moniques article here ->  http://www.mydesignspace.com/my-first-hack-a-thon/    If you want to compare the events in NYC http:// bit.ly/tzNYC  , Paris  http:// bit.ly/TZParis  or Madrid...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/stewartchristie/2013/my-first-hackathon-developers-view-tizen-new-york-event.
 

How To Win The Tizen App Challenge

We've had an awesome response to the Tizen App Challenge so far.  It's great to see so many apps going into the Tizen Store! We're down to the final weeks of the contest, so we wanted to talk a little bit about how apps will be evaluated.  In other words, how you could win!

As you know by now, there are nine categories in the Tizen App Challenge.  Each one has one grand prize, two runner-up prizes, and three honorable mentions.  We've been over those before, but you can find a refresher here.

But what does it take to win...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/sarahkconway3/2013/how-win-tizen-app-challenge
 

Tizen Developer Spotlight: How Two Hackers Are Building The Future of Mobile Linux   

  The Tizen App Challenge’s $4+ million is by far the big kahuna right now, but plenty of smaller prize opportunities are available to mobile developers. Designed to jumpstart the Tizen ecosystem, a number of hack-a-thons with jackpots are cropping up across the country. Dedicated Tizen developers Jakob Perry and Emilie Nouveau recently won a runner-up reward for their hybrid in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) app called Boomzbox. Jakob’s daytime hours are spent at Acquia as a senior software engineer, while Emilie works at MongoDB as a web developer.  Our Q&A with Jakob and Emilie talks about their winning Tizen app, the...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/sarahkconway3/2013/tizen-developer-spotlight-how-two-hackers-are-building-future-mobile-linux-%C2%A0%C2%A0
 

GUIDE: First Time with your new Tizen SDP - Drivers and certificate

  When you get your Tizen SDP (in this case: model RD-PQ) you will need to make some tweaks in order to start working properly. Here I will present to you a step by step guide on how to start with your new device.   First of all: You need to configure the Date and Time Properly on the device. ( VERY IMPORTANT! ) Go to “ Setting -> Date and time ”. Please do not use “ Automatic Update ” as this device doesn’t support a SIM Card ...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/staudejulio/2013/guide-first-time-your-new-tizen-sdp-drivers-and-certificate
 
Tizengram, Instagram*-Style Camera App From Japan

Tizengram, Instagram*-Style Camera App From Japan

Tizengram is an application based on HTML5 that was introduced during the Tizen Developer Lab hosted by Intel in Japan. This open source camera-based application that relies on HTML5 APIs for the Tizen device was made by the developer Satoru Hashimoto.   Just like Instagram, Tizengram enhances the photo processing features of the smartphone's camera with a range of effects such as Retro, Vintage, Sepia and Greenish. Results of the photo editing application created with Tizen SDK 2.2 can then be shared to social networking sites such as Twitter. Open source code of the application can be seen in Tizengram github...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/stewartchristie/2013/tizengram-instagram-style-camera-app-japan
 

Tizen Running Everything...And Everywhere: Upcoming Tizen Labs, Hack-a-thons and Events

Tizen developers, and those eager to learn more about the open source platform, will have plenty of opportunity for hands-on instruction around the world this fall. From San Francisco and Bangalore to Tokyo and Edinburgh , the events are a great chance for mobile and HTML5 developers to find out more about the technical details, architecture, and building blocks needed to develop Tizen solutions. Developers will also be able to hack away, socialize, learn and possibly create prize-winning apps, of course, by entering the Tizen App Challenge offering just over $4M in prizes. Respected for its ability to run a...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/sarahkconway3/2013/tizen-running-everything...and-everywhere-upcoming-tizen-labs-hack-thons-and-events
 

Running Node.JS on Tizen 2.0

 

Unlock Your Inner Badge Appeal During the Tizen App Challenge

Developers, maybe more than any other profession (celebrities being the exception), live and die by their reputation. In the case of app developers, they live and die by the quality of their code and the resulting success of their app. The opportunity to gain visibility and secure a foothold by being one of the first to enter the Tizen market is a big one; in fact, it’s a $4M opportunity. And, if you’re an HTML5 developer, you really should be involved. Tizen is the highest ranked platform for HTML5 on HTML5test.com During the Tizen App Challenge there is one way...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/sarahkconway3/2013/unlock-your-inner-badge-appeal-during-tizen-app-challenge
 
Tizen Hackathon in SF : A Photo Stream : Part 1

Tizen Hackathon in SF : A Photo Stream : Part 1

On the final evening of the 2013 Tizen Developers Conference we kicked off our first hackathon.  Attendees gathered in the Hackers Lounge on the Friday evening, and on Saturday we moved to  @SandboxSuites.  Registration Table with Cyril and Vera from BeMyApp
The crowds begin to gather.
Contestants were asked to pitch their ideas : Justin Bieber fighting game anyone?
Some teams started coding right away : Team Closure gets off to a flying start.
While others figured friday night after a conference was for relaxing. Check out part 2 of this photo stream for the apps and the judging. Thanks...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/stewartchristie/2013/tizen-hackathon-sf-photo-stream-part-1
 

Tizen For Dummies book, 2.0 Alpha 2.1 release

If you were lucky enough to get your hands on a copy of Tizen For Dummies at the Tizen Conference last month, you’ve already got the most up to date version of this book. The original Tizen for Dummies book, released in February 2013, was written using version 2.0 alpha of the Tizen SDK and the 2.1 release brought with it quite a few changes. We’ve summarised the main changes in the document you can download below....Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/chengluo/2013/tizen-dummies-book-2.0-alpha-2.1-release
 

Content Security Framework

The Tizen Security Team would like to announce the contribution of the Content Security Framework from McAfee.  Everyone understands that mobile security threats are growing in both numbers and sophistication.  We believe it is essential that Tizen includes measures to combat malware as part of the basis of the platform.  McAfee is delighted to contribute the Content Security Framework to the Tizen Open Source project that will enable not only McAfee, but also other ecosystem members to provide a secure mobile experience to Tizen users. This framework is available for developers to access in the git project at framework/security/csr-framework.  This...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/ware/2013/content-security-framework
 

Winners Announced for Tizen Contest

After much processing & deliberation, we are proud to announce the winners of the Tizen contest from 2012. All of the following user IDs won $50 gift cards: aceperry alexprox andy1210 emezias georgx hakimrie hrw icota jezra jflatt jukkaeklund kaamel karthik mclightning nanette nephridium netvandal oytunx peterzoll photoricon richie rzr summeli swift11 tjyrinki unacum vivin yuning You will be contacted shortly for mailing information so that you may receive your gift cards. Please look for an email soon. Additionally, the following user IDs have been selected to win a $50 gift card, be we never received a confirmation from the...Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/captgeek/2013/winners-announced-tizen-contest
 

Tizen.org Redesign

Tizen.org has been completely redesigned and upgraded to provide a vibrant developer community for Tizen application and platform developers. A number of additional features and content will be added in the coming weeks to build on this redesign. The Tizen Community workgroup would like your feedback on this redesign and what additional features you would like to see....Read more https://developer.tizen.org/blogs/mshaver/2012/tizen.org-redesign