Tizen is a flexible open-source operating system that is built from the ground up to address the needs of stakeholders in the mobile ecosystem. Tizen enables open source development for Mobile, Wearable, In-Vehicle, Infotainment and TV. The Tizen SDK provides a comprehensive set of tools for developing web and native applications.

Tools included in the SDK include: Emulator, IDE, toolchain, sample code and documentation. It is compatible with and runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Ubuntu and also offers IDE-free application development

  • Flexible open-source operating system for variety of web and native applications
  • Full suite of tools in Tizen SDK
  • Design, develop and deliver mobile apps and web apps

Tizen Info

Platforms:Android, iOS
Types:Cross Platform

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  • TizenProject

    Samsung's second #Tizen .NET developer preview introduces new tools and support for TV Apps https://t.co/zDZqJwMJsD https://t.co/pzHEic0pxV

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  • TizenProject

    Tizen Mobile App Incentive Program - Win $10,000 for being in the monthly Top 100 apps. Starting now!… https://t.co/z9w59BKwzw

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  • TizenProject

    Samsung collaborates with Microsoft on open source projects to enable .NET support for Tizen.… https://t.co/BLgmWOA5Zd

    Retweet Reply Favorite (about 96 days ago)
  • TizenProject

    Starting Jan '17, win $10,000 for being in the monthly Top 100 apps with Tizen's Mobile App Incentive Program… https://t.co/K0Ff4WJAHR

    Retweet Reply Favorite (about 102 days ago)
  • TizenProject

    Indonesia Next Apps 3.0 leverages #Tizen technology to local developers, students and vendors/startups. Stay tuned https://t.co/HXEkvpsNGV

    Retweet Reply Favorite (about 166 days ago)
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