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This is part of a 2 hour Tizen workshop that you can find here: https://youtu.be/5xp8jFpXOm8

In this video, you will modify the heart rate monitor and Tizen Advanced UI samples. These will give you several UI components that you can re-use in your projects.

You can also connect with me, Diego, a Sr. Developer Evangelist, on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hielo777

Have questions? Post them in our forums: https://forum.developer.samsung.com/

Check out other videos, blog posts, and tips to improve your Tizen app development.

Check out the Tizen Tidbits playlist on our YouTube channel, and learn more about the wide selection of Samsung technologies on our developer portal.

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