Tizen's key value proposition is HTML5 and Web application development. This talk will provide you all the details about the Tizen Web APIs and how application developers can take advantage of the APIs to build applications. There are many extensions, and we have adopted early drafts of specifications where applicable. The current APIs rely on open standards and provide full access to the mobile platform and its functionality so that you can write any application using Web APIs.
DongHoo Park, Samsung
We have a number of upcoming technologies that we plan to use in upcoming versions of Tizen. In this presentation, we'll talk about two of those technologies: Wayland and oFono. Wayland is a display server protocol with compositing window managers to communicate directly with applications and video hardware. In this talk, we will discuss our current progress with Wayland and our future plans. The oFono open source telephony stack is a complete and simple solution for everything around telephony.
EFL (The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries) were written to support the development of Enlightenment, and ultimately became a complete toolkit for making applications for desktops and especially lower powered devices like phones and tablets. The focus on achieving great effects, ease of programming and lean efficiency has attracted some major players to EFL, such as Samsung Electronics. EFL is being used in development for their next generation devices. Find out about EFL.
Carsten Haitzler, Samsung
This presentation provides an overview of Tizen architecture and its core subsystems for the mobile platforms like handsets and tablets. The emphasis for Tizen architecture is WebAPI to ensure applications work across different architectures and different profiles. We will highlight what to expect in the source code for Tizen. We will provide our thinking on IVI and where Tizen would be going forward.
Sunil Saxena, Intel
The Tizen Community is made up of all of the people who collectively work on or with Tizen: Product contributors, kernel / distribution developers, release managers, quality assurance, application developers, users, vendors, and other contributors. Data gathered in the monthly metrics will form the basis for this presentation with details about membership, mailing list posts, bugs, IRC, active users and more. We'll use these numbers as a basis to talk about various ways to participate in the community.
Dawn Foster, Intel