AppFW

(M) Alarms [In progress]

This sample application demonstrates how to schedule start of an application at a specified date and time or after a delay using Tizen.Applications.

(M) App-common

This sample application demonstrates how to work with Tizen.Applications and Tizen.System to obtain application-specific information.

(M) Application Control

This sample application demonstrates how to call operations of other applications. It also provides operations such as pick, view, or compose.

(M) Badges

This sample application demonstrates how to manage the application badge counter using Tizen.Applications.

 

In addition, there is similar native sample application.

 

(M) NotificationManager [In progress]

This sample application demonstrates how to create and manage notifications using Tizen.Applications.Notifications.

(M) Preference

This sample application demonstrates how to store and retrieve application specific data and preferences using Tizen.Applications.Preference.

 

In addition, there is similar native sample application.

 

(W) Alarm

This sample application demonstrates how to create and manage several alarms and save the alarm data. It also demonstrates how to create an application using Xamarin.Forms and Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

 

In addition, there are similar native and web sample applications.

 

(W) AppControl

This sample application demonstrates how to launch an application, get a result for the launch request, and create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI. When you press Launch, the AppInformation sample application will be launched.

 

Prerequisites
First of all, you need to install AppInformation sample application because it is what would be launched by AppControl sample application. You can install it by using Visual Studio or the sdb command line as follows:
$ sdb install org.tizen.example.AppInformation-1.0.0.tpk

 

This application uses Tizen.Applications.

 

In addition, there are similar native and web sample applications.

 

(W) AppInformation

This sample application demonstrates how to get the specific information such as AppId, Package ID, and shared directory path. It also demonstrates how to get the directory information such as resource, cache, and app data and how to create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

 

This application uses Tizen.Applications.

 

In addition, there is similar native sample application.

 

(W) BadgeCounter

This sample application demonstrates how to manage badge counter of the application using Tizen.Applications and how to create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

 

In addition, there is similar web sample application.

 

(W) Badges

This sample application demonstrates how to use application badge and how to create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

(W) MessagePortSampleApp

This sample application demonstrates how to send and receive messages between applications and how to create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

 

Prerequisites
First of all, you need to install and execute Tizen .Net Service sample application because it is used to communicate each other.
You can install it by using Visual Studio or the sdb command line as follows:
$ sdb install org.tizen.example.ServiceApp-1.0.0.tpk
$ sdb shell
$ app_launcher -s org.tizen.example.ServiceApp
If you do not install the Tizen .Net service application, an exception occurs when you press Send a message.

 

This application uses Tizen.Applications.Messages.

 

In addition, there is similar native sample application.

 

(W) Preference

This sample application demonstrates how to use Tizen.Applications.Preference and how to create circular UI using Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI.

Service application - no UI

(W) ServiceApp

This sample application demonstrates how to create a service application which has no UI.

 

This application uses Tizen.Applications.

 

In addition, there is similar native sample application.

 

App Type Guide
Native Service Application
Web Service Application

(T) AppInfo

This sample application demonstrates how to obtain information about installed applications using Tizen.Applications.

Service application - no UI

(T) MessagePortMiami [In progress]

This sample application demonstrates how to use Tizen.Applications.Messages to communicate between applications and services.

The MessagePortMiami service cannot be tested as a standalone application. It is one of the applications available in the set of three sample applications:

  • MessagePort application - Web application (available in Tizen Studio) that shows the graphical interface and handles the Havana port communications.
  • MessagePortNassau service - C# service application that handles the Nassau port communications.
  • MessagePortMiami service - C# service application that handles the Miami port communications.

Service application - no UI

(T) MessagePortNassau [In progress]

This sample application demonstrates how to use Tizen.Applications.Messages to communicate between applications and services.

The MessagePortNassau service cannot be tested as a standalone application. It is one of the applications available in the set of three sample applications:

  • MessagePort application - Web application (available in Tizen Studio) that shows the graphical interface and handles the Havana port communications.
  • MessagePortNassau service - C# service application that handles the Nassau port communications.
  • MessagePortMiami service - C# service application that handles the Miami port communications.

(T) Preference

This sample application demonstrates how to store and retrieve an application specific data and preference using Tizen.Applications.Preference.