From the early stages of Tizen, we have been working hard to continually enhance this open source, standards-based software platform.
Samsung has released the fourth preview of Visual Studio Tools for Tizen. Since announcing its collaboration with Microsoft on .NET Core and Xamarin.Forms projects last November, Samsung has steadily released preview versions of.NET support for Tizen with enriched features, such as supporting TV application development and various Visual Studio tools for Tizen.
We are pleased to announce the Tizen 4.0 the first milestone release.
This milestone provides developers with Tizen .NET, an application framework for Tizen based on .NET. Developers can use the C# programming language and the Common Language Infrastructure standards and benefit from a managed runtime for faster application development, and efficient, secure code execution.
Highlights of this release are as follows:
Samsung Electronics today released the third preview of the Tizen .NET application framework, featuring improved Visual Studio Tools for developing Tizen applications.
Since announcing its collaboration with Microsoft on .NET open-source projects such as .NET Core and Xamarin.Forms last November, Samsung has steadily released preview versions of Tizen .NET to help developers build better apps.
The Tizen Partners Summit will be held from 23rd to 24th February 2017 in Warsaw, Poland and is dedicated to representatives of companies creating software and applications for different platforms. It will be the perfect showcase event for all interested in the Tizen platform, products & services used and developed by Samsung Electronics and R&D in Poland.
Summit will be divided into two parts:
Samsung Electronics today released the second preview of Tizen .NET, an application framework for Tizen app developers.
Last November, Samsung announced a collaboration with Microsoft on .NET open-source projects such as .NET Core and Xamarin.Forms, and released the first preview of Tizen .NET. An official version will be released in the second half of 2017.
Samsung joins the Microsoft .NET community enabling C# developers to build applications for Samsung Tizen devices
Samsung collaborates with Microsoft on open source projects to enable .NET support
for Tizen, which currently powers 50 million Samsung devices around the world
On September 1, 2016, the Tizen SDK makes a new beginning as Tizen Studio 1.0.
Now you can select the necessary platform and profiles, and experience a fast and stable development environment and new UX and UI by installing the Tizen Studio.
Applications for the newly released Gear S3 can be developed with Tizen Studio 1.0.
Any developer who has designed a game with Unity that has reached more than 10,000 installs in the Google Play or Apple App Store may enter the challenge. Simply port the existing app to Tizen and start selling it in the Tizen Store. The first 50 apps can get US$3,000 each, and the entrant with the most popular app (attaining the highest number of Tizen Store installations) will win the grand prize of US$20,000.