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El video incluído en la publicación de hoy te dará la información básica para el desarrollo de aplicaciones con Tizen. Podrás ver los diferentes tipos de aplicaciones para relojes inteligentes Samsung, las opciones que tienes en términos de escoger tu lenguage de programación y entorno de desarrollo integrado, y una visión general de la arquitectura de Tizen.

Después de la charla en vivo que tuvimos al comienzo del mes, fue claro que la comunidad hispanohablante quiere ver más contenido en Español, así que este es el primer video que traduzco en lo que espero sea una larga serie en la que abordaremos temas de desarollo.

Para más preguntas, pueden contactarme en https://twitter.com/hielo777

No olviden dejar sus comentarios y pedir nuevos temas y tutoriales que les interesen.

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