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Slides from Intel’s Tizen talk at IDF2013 Beijing

Apr 17, 2013  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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Intel marketing engineers Chris Norman and Horace gave a presentation on “Developing Tizen Operating System Based Solutions” at IDF2013 in Bejing last week. The talk provided an overview and update on Tizen and briefly discussed Tizen platform and app development.

The presentation slides from Intel’s Tizen talk at IDF2013 in Beijing can be viewed directly below, or accessed via this URL.


Developing Tizen Operating System Based Solutions

 

About Tizen


Tizen Architecture
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Basically, Tizen is a cross-architecture, open source software platform based on a comprehensive standards-based HTML5 implementation that was designed to support multiple device segments, including the smartphone, tablet, smart TV, netbook, and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) markets.

To achieve this cross-platform flexibility, Tizen uses HTML5 as the main focus for application development, allowing developers to maintain a single codebase. The Tizen platform supports Web applications (HTML, Javascript, CSS) and provides a rich set of services that include an application framework plus content, location, messaging, multimedia, network, social, and system services.

To learn more about TIzen, visit the Tizen Project website.
 

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