Home [Developer] June 2014 – Tizen developer discussion roundup

[Developer] June 2014 – Tizen developer discussion roundup

Below is a round up of Tizen developer discussions that have been taking place in the Dev Tizen mailing list. Thanks to Łukasz Stelmach for compiling this for everyone:


Tomasz Świerczek brought the discssion about about Secure CAPI from TDC to the list. Judging by the number of participates it looks like it was the most important thread in June. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.handhelds.tizen.devel/3044


The new HTML5 runtime continues draw much attention of both high and low level developers.
+ Installing widgets and applications for crosswalk
+ Crosswalk plugin API
+ Crosswalk multi-user implementation vs. Smack http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.handhelds.tizen.devel/3130

Automatic testing

Patric Ohly brought up a problem of testing changes we make to Tizen.Tests has not been ran automatically in Tizen OBS which has made spotting regressions harder. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.handhelds.tizen.devel/3041

Tizen:Common standalone emulator

Stanislav Vorobiov has prepared standalone qemu to run Tizen:Common images without the need to install the whole SDK. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.handhelds.tizen.devel/2590/focus=2996


Roman Kubiak asked about Xwayland and QT’s issues with touchscreen under Wayland. He’s received some insightful responses.http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.handhelds.tizen.devel/3172


Although this one was marked as [Announcement] by Hao H. Huang, you might have missed that because there was no further discussion.
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