Samsung Smart TV provides developing extensions like NaCl, Editor and Peripherals for efficient app development. NaCl helps to develop apps with C/C++ language and Editor provides IDE which makes creating, editing, deleting project and compile functions available for efficient development. Lastly, Peripherals section introduces Gamepad, MIDI, Printer, Microphone and Healthcare for controlling apps and its API tutorials.
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NaCl(Native Client) is an open source that Google has developed by which can create apps with native C/C++ language. However, Samsung Smart TV provides PNaCl which is more advanced than NaCl and also by which can create apps with C/C++ language.
The following table includes the documents about not only basic information about PNaCl and its environment settings but also examples of audio, web socket and TCP socket. Refer to these documents if you are interested in PNaCl as C/C++ programmer.
Audio in PNaCl application
Getting started with NaCl
How to create sample PNaCl application
Debugging NaCl module running in Emulator
WebSocket in PNaCl application
TCP Socket in PNaCl application
Smart TV SDK PNaCl IDE Tutorial
Tips for optimizing OpenGL ES 2.0 widgets on PNaCl
How To Build and Run Cocos2d-x Applications on Samsung Smart TV
Samsung Smart TV provides API to easily develop applications using peripherals like Gamepad, MIDI, Printer, Microphone and Healthcare.
The following tables includes the documents about peripherals and its tutorials.
Creating a Healthcare Device Application
Creating a Gamepad Application
Creating a Printer Application
Creating a Microphone Application
Samsung Developer Guide provides Editor – Brower IDE Editor and Eclipse Editor. Browser IDE Editor is Online Integration Developing Environment that provides functions like creating, editing and deleting project and compile. Eclipse Editor is similar to Brower IDE Editor but it also provides Semantic SDK. Semantic SDK provides Samsung SDK Library and helps to find search contents, import related samples and add functions to source. Through this section, you will be able to understand each Editor’s usage and choose the right one.
Samsung Smart TV SDK Tutorial Explorer perspective
Main Features for Eclipse Editor
Semantic Service Discovery
Semantic Service Matching
Service Registry Statistics
Browser IDE Help Guide
Semantic SDK 2.0