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So far this video series has focused on development of web apps with Tizen. Today we are going to cover the latest addition to the Tizen family: Tizen .NET. This option is perfect for developers that have previous experience with the Microsoft stack, or simply want to get ahead learning more of cross platform development with Xamarin.

The Tizen Tidbits video series covers in ten minutes, or less, core concepts of Tizen app development.

In upcoming videos, we will cover web and .NET app development for the Samsung Galaxy Watch, and will start creating small samples and modifying existing projects.

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