[Tutorial] Gear S2 Developers' First Look

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This is an introduction to the Gear S2’s app development and testing. Comparing it to the past Gear devices in terms of design, performance, experience, capabilities and opportunities. Since it is the first one to cater to both web and native apps, there are a lot more APIs to utilize along with various SDKs. This also gives you the options you have on how to test the app. Download the APKs for emulator testing here: http://developer.samsung.com/technica... Check out the details on sdb commands here: https://developer.tizen.org/developme...

[Tutorial] Gear Application Types - '15 Dec

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The Gear has come a long way since its introduction and has gone a lot of changes to improve its users way of life. One of those changes is the Application Types supported by the Gear. In today's episode, we'll talk about the architecture, the services linking devices together, and how to make the Gear and Galaxy work together to create seamless experiences. This version updates how the Wearable is made easier for developers to build applications on the Gear. For further information on the updated Gear Application Types: http://developer.samsung.com/gear created by Samsung Developers. For more tutorials, please visit the Samsung Developers (http://developer.samsung.com/video/li...)

[Tutorial] Advanced Rich Notification

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Engaging users with their device is important as its aesthetics. With the Gear S, it combines both seamlessly and effectively. People today need devices that they can rely on, giving them quick and reliable information. This episode will enable to use functionalities of the Rich Notification in any application. Follow the step by step walkthrough and also download the sample application to get a feel of creating an Advanced Rich Notification application. Samsung Developers http://developer.samsung.com

[Tutorial] Advanced Gear 2 Database Development

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For more tutorials, please visit the Samsung Developers. (http://developer.samsung.com/video/li...) Using the Indexed Database in the Gear 2 would enable to create an efficient and effective way in sorting and storing data captured by the wearable device. The Gear 2 supports three types of storage options: File API, Web Storage, and Indexed Database. The Indexed Database API easily integrates its object based data store with its JavaScript. Go ahead and try following the tutorial below coupled with the Gear 2 Indexed Database sample application on Samsung Developers Samsung Developers http://developer.samsung.com

[Tutorial] Basic Gear 2 Database Development

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For more tutorials, please visit the Samsung Developers. (http://developer.samsung.com/video/li...) Gear 2 has solutions that would allow developers to create applications that need storage options using its 4GB flash storage. There are three storage types for Gear 2. Each has different characteristics that the developer can use. The File API can manage audio and video files. The Indexed Database is able to store data based objects. Finally the Web Storage saves structured data. Database storage has also local and session storage options. Local storage is shared within the application, while session storage is issued per session only. The local storage is limited to 5MB per application, while there is no limit for the session storage. This video provides introduction of 3 types of database and how to develop Web Storage. Samsung Developers http://developers.samsung.com

[Tutorial] Generating a Certificate for Gear App development

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Since the addition to the Samsung Wearables, the Gear S is available for developers to create new applications maximizing on brand content and personalization. This episode would give a quick walkthrough on “Generating a Certificate” that would be used whenever developing for an application to the Gear S. All you need are: - an active Samsung Account - Tizen SDK for Wearable - Device Unique ID (DUID). Follow the steps in the video and you are all set! created by Samsung Developers. For more tutorials, please visit the Samsung Developers. (http://developer.samsung.com/video/li...)

[Tutorial] How to Submit Your Gear App to the Samsung GALAXY Apps Seller Office

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For more tutorials, please visit the Samsung Developers. (http://developer.samsung.com/video/li...) Get ready to upload your Gear application on the new Samsung GALAXY Apps Seller Office. Samsung Apps Seller Office gets a make-over with its rich content and intuitive interface to reflect the fresh look of the new Samsung GALAXY Apps. Samsung Developers http://developer.samsung.com