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Tizen Tidbits: How to Use Sample Projects in Tizen Studio


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This is the second video in the Tizen Tidbits series, where we cover many core concepts of Tizen development in focused videos of ten minutes or less.

Today we will show you an overview of the different samples offered in Tizen Studio and how you can leverage them to start your own projects.

The video focuses on web app development with Tizen Studio, but you can find similar samples for native applications, and in upcoming videos we will cover samples and core concepts for the Tizen .NET framework.

Don’t forget to tell us in the new, Discourse-based forums what topics you will like us to touch in upcoming videos.

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