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Tizen Tidbits: How to Use Project Templates to Create Applications in Tizen Studio


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In this new video series, we will cover many core concepts of Tizen development in short, focused videos.

Today we will show you how to create a new project in Tizen Studio and use the different templates to start building your own apps.

The templates shown in the video are for web app development, but you will find a similar setup for native applications.

The video series will mostly center around wearable development for the Galaxy Watch. Future videos will reach all corners of Tizen app development, so please tell us in the forums what topics you will like us to touch in upcoming videos.

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