This topic describes how to launch Native Client projects from the Tizen Studio, for testing purposes.
You can test your Native Client (NaCl) application by launching it in the Google Chrome™ Web browser, on the TV emulator, or on a Samsung TV.
If Google Chrome™ is installed on your computer, you can test NaCl projects in the browser. Build the project using the "Debug-pnacl" or "Release-pnacl" configuration, and make sure you generate a ".nexe" file for your computer's architecture. For more information about build configurations, see Building NaCl Projects.
To launch the application in Google Chrome™:
To use the default launch configuration, in the "Project Explorer" view, right-click the project and select "Run As > Webpage in Chrome".
The application's main HTML page is automatically detected from the project structure.
To create and use a custom launch configuration:
When you launch the application in Google Chrome™, a temporary HTTP server is created, serving files from the defined main HTML file location. The main HTML file is opened in a browser instance, using the defined launch arguments. A temporary user data directory is created for the browser.
When the Google Chrome™ instance is closed, the temporary user data directory is automatically deleted and the temporary HTTP server is killed.
Before testing the application on the emulator or a Samsung TV:
To launch the application on the emulator or TV:
To use the default launch configuration: