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Author Luo, Cheng
Title Professional Tizen Application Development
Imprint Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (528 pages)
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Note Intro -- Professional Tizen™ Application Development -- Copyright -- About the Authors -- Credits -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- Who This Book Is For -- What This Book Covers -- How This Book Is Structured -- What You Need to Use This Book -- Conventions -- Source Code -- Errata -- P2P.Wrox.Com -- Part I: Getting Started -- Chapter 1: An Introduction to Tizen -- Discovering Tizen -- The Tizen Association and Tizen Project -- The Tizen Ecosystem -- Reasons for Programming in Tizen -- Tizen Is Based on Standards -- Tizen Is Open -- Tizen Is Heterogeneous -- Tizen Has Industry Support -- Installing the Tizen SDK -- Prerequisites -- Installing the SDK -- Creating the Tizen Hello World Web Application -- Creating the Hello World Tizen Native Application -- Signing the Hello World Application -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Tizen Application Packages -- Packaging a Web Application -- Packaging a Native Application -- Packaging a Hybrid Application -- Using Optional Features -- Using Privileged APIs -- Signing a Package -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Tizen Development Tools -- The Tizen IDE -- Tizen Emulator -- Enabling Hardware Acceleration -- Using the Tizen Emulator -- Tizen Web Simulator -- Smart Development Bridge -- Debugging and Testing -- Designing the UI with the UI Builder -- Summary -- Part II: Tizen Web APIs -- Chapter 4: Web Application Fundamentals -- The Web Runtime -- Tizen Device APIs -- Tizen Web UI Framework -- Overview of the Tizen Web UI Framework -- The Basics of jQuery Mobile -- Using the UI Builder -- Choosing Your Widgets -- Implementing Events in the UI Builder -- Summary -- Chapter 5: Location-Based Services -- Displaying a Map -- Detecting a User's Location -- Monitoring the User's Position -- A Word of Caution -- Adding Markers to a Map -- Geocoding and Reverse Geocoding -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Multimedia
Discovering Multimedia Content -- Embedding HTML5 Audio and Video -- Capturing Images -- Creating a Simple Camera Application -- Capturing an Image -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Sensors and Other Hardware -- Device Orientation -- A Working Example -- Near Field Communication (NFC) -- Using NFC in Your Web Applications -- Peer-to-Peer Mode -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Messaging Services -- Messaging Service -- E-Mail Client Example -- Summary -- Chapter 9: Contacts and Calendars -- Setting Privileges -- The Contact API -- Address Book -- Contacts -- Person Objects -- The Calendar API -- Calendar Events -- Calendar Tasks -- Adding Events -- Getting Events -- Updating Events -- Creating Recurring Events -- Setting Alarms -- Converting Events to iCalendar Format -- Summary -- Part III: Tizen Native APIs -- Chapter 10: Native UI Applications -- UI Framework Architecture -- Types of Native UI Applications -- Native UI Application Life Cycle -- State Transition Flow -- Initialisation and Termination -- Application and Frame States -- Creating a Form and Handling Events -- Handling UI Events -- Handling Hardware Keys -- Handling Gestures -- Summary -- Chapter 11: Native Application Fundamentals -- Basic Idioms and Styles -- Error Handling -- Debugging Macro Functions -- Two-Phase Construction -- The RAII Idiom -- Transferring Object Ownership -- Fundamental Data Types -- Object -- String -- Collection -- STLConverter -- DateTime and TimeSpan -- ByteBuffer -- Summary -- Chapter 12: Native UI Controls -- An Overview of UI Controls -- Using Containers -- Popups -- Panels -- Layout -- Coordinate System -- Using UI Controls -- Button -- EditArea, EditField, Textbox, and ExpandableEditArea -- Keypad -- Gallery -- SearchBar -- CheckButton -- Slider and Progress -- EditTime and EditDate -- ContextMenu and OptionMenu -- TabBar -- ColorPicker -- Header and Footer -- ListViews
TableViews -- Summary -- Chapter 13: Multimedia and Content -- Content and Content Information -- Searching for Content -- Managing Playlists -- Playing Media Content -- Playing Audio -- Seeking in the Audio Player -- Playing Video -- Capturing Video in the Player -- Playing Multiple Audio Sources -- Recording Media Content -- Recording Audio -- Recording Video -- Capturing Images from the Camera -- Working with Images -- Decoding Images -- Editing Images -- Encoding Images -- Decoding Audio and Video -- Decoding Audio Content -- Decoding Video Content -- Encoding Audio and Video -- Encoding Audio Content -- Encoding Video Content -- Extracting Frames from Video -- Media Application Controls -- Music Player Application Control -- Video Player Application Control -- Camera Application Control -- Image Viewer Application Control -- Summary -- Chapter 14: Telephony and Networking -- Telephony -- Phone and Call Application Controls -- Getting the Current Call Information -- Checking the Telephony Network and SIM State -- Messages -- SMS Messages -- MMS Messages -- E-mail -- Push Messages -- Networking -- Network Connection Management -- HTTP -- Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct -- Bluetooth -- NFC -- Summary -- Chapter 15: Location and Social Services -- The Location Service -- Location Settings -- Location Criteria -- Getting the Location -- Monitoring Locations -- Using a Map -- The Social Service -- Social Privacy Setting -- Account Management -- The Address Book -- The Calendar Book -- Summary -- Chapter 16: Advanced UI and Graphics -- Advanced UIs -- Animations -- Scene Management -- Graphics -- UI Extensions -- Vision -- Sensors -- Speech -- Summary -- Chapter 17: I/O and Internationalisation -- Predefined Directories -- Handling File I/O -- Basic File Operations -- Getting File Attributes -- Copying, Moving, and Deleting Files -- Handling Directories
Locking Files -- Observing File and Directory Changes -- Building a Database -- Creating a Table -- Creating a Row -- Updating a Row -- Deleting a Row -- Querying a Table -- Monitoring Storage Events -- Internationalising Your Applications -- Handling Different Text Encodings -- Handling Locale-Sensitive Information -- Summary -- Part IV: Advanced Tizen -- Chapter 18: Multithreading -- Worker Threads -- Making an Asynchronous Worker -- Using Timers -- Asynchronous Inter-thread Communication -- Summary -- Chapter 19: Inter-Application Communication and Hybrid Applications -- Inter-Application Communication -- Message Ports -- Creating a LocalMessagePort in a Native Application -- Sending a Message to Another Application -- Receiving a Message Response -- Defining a Message Protocol -- Sending Requests to a Native Application from a Web Application -- Using a Trusted Message Port -- Making a Hybrid Package -- Summary -- Index
Create powerful, marketable applications with Tizen for the smartphone and beyond  Tizen is the only platform designed for multiple device categories that is HTML5-centric and entirely open source. Written by experts in the field, this comprehensive guide includes chapters on both web and native application development, covering subjects such as location and social features, advanced UIs, animations, sensors and multimedia. This book is a comprehensive resource for learning how to develop Tizen web and native applications that are polished, bug-free and ready to sell on a range of smart devices, beyond just smartphones. Tizen is an open source platform that is housed within the Linux Foundation and is fully supported by Intel, Samsung and the Tizen Association.  Professional Tizen Application Development: Explains how web applications can combine HTML5 features with Tizen device APIs to unleash the full potential of the Tizen platform Provides detailed, practical explanations of the most important Tizen native APIs Demonstrates best practices for adding key features like location, contacts and calendars to your apps Shows you how to use advanced features such as animations, face recognition and sensors to help you create applications that stand out from the crowd Shares code on advanced topics including multi-threading and hybrid applications Includes numerous fully functional code examples, for both web and native applications, complete with hints and tips to get the most out of the Tizen APIs Hojun Jaygarl, Yoonsoo Kim, Eunyoung Choi are Samsung engineers working on Tizen. Cheng Luo, Kevin Bradwick and Jon Lansdell are experienced professional developers.   Professional Tizen Application Development prepares you to start creating amazing apps for multiple devices with the Tizen platform
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Luo, Cheng Professional Tizen Application Development Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118809266
Subject iOS (Electronic resource);Application software -- Development.;Application software
Electronic books
Alt Author Choi, Eunyoung
Bradwick, Kevin
Lansdell, Jon
Jaygarl, Hojun
Kim, Yoonsoo
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