Samsung Gear wearable devices will now be able to receive Push messaging directly from the server. This may not be much of an announcement but did you know push notifications may reduce battery consumption over other applications keeping its own connection to its remote application server?
What is Push messaging?
Tizen will support the Push API to its Tizen OS mobile and wearable devices. The Push API allows your application to receive push notifications from a push server. The Read the rest
This tutorial will show you how to implement circular page indicators in your Tizen wearable web app like shown above. These are the dots seen at the top of the screen in the app launcher and while scrolling between notifications. They indicate which page you are currently on within a group of pages.
Set up your project
Page indicators require the Tizen Web UI framework TAU (Tizen Advanced UI) to function.
Before officially releasing your Gear App to the Samsung Galaxy Apps store, you can release a beta version for testing. This post will show you how to set up beta testing for your Gear App, and how to participate as a beta tester.
There are 4 things you need to ensure to have a successfully set up beta test:
The Beta tester’s email address that is registered for testing must be the same email they use for Galaxy Apps.
Apps developed in Android Wear, Tizen, and watchOS can be either standalone or companion type. Standalone apps run on the device itself while companion apps primarily run on the phone and the watch displays the UI. Those that require data can fetch it over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connection, or cellular in the case of the Samsung Gear S/S2 and LG Urbane 2nd Edition LTE.
Aside from availability of third party applications, the main difference between platforms is in their abilities Read the rest