This topic describes how to create a new Tizen project in the Tizen Studio.
You can create a new Tizen project using the provided templates and samples, and the available configuration settings.
To create a new Web project, use the Tizen Project Wizard, which is a Tizen Studio tool. If you have an existing Tizen project you want to update, you can import it to your current Tizen Studio.
The Tizen Studio provides various project templates and samples that make it easier for you to start coding your application. When you create a new project, you can select a specific template, which the Tizen Project Wizard uses to automatically create basic functionalities for the application. The default project files and folders are also created.
In the Tizen Project Wizard, you can select a profile and version, application type, and template or sample to create the project. In addition, you can set basic project properties, such as the project name, location, and working sets.
To create a new Web application:
To launch the Tizen Project Wizard, use one of the following:
In the "Tizen Project Wizard", select the project type and click "Next".
The "Template" option provides a list of templates with a basic structure where you can start the Web application project:
The "Sample" option provides a list of sample applications demonstrating various examples of API usage and UI design.
Select the profile ("Custom") and version from the drop-down list and click "Next". The available versions depend on the platform version you have installed and are using to develop the application.
Select the "Web Application" application type and click "Next".
Select a template or sample, and click "Next".
The Tizen Project Wizard creates the project based on the selected template or sample.
Define the project properties and click "Finish".
You can enter the project name and the unique package ID. You can also select the location and working sets by clicking "More properties".
The options you can set are listed in the following table.
Table 1. Project properties
Configure the application.
All application configuration settings are made inside the "config.xml" file. It contains information about the application, such as required device features and platform version, application icons, application ID and package name.
For more information on configuring the application, see Configuring Web Applications.