Application Management

The application management features cover application resources, the communication methods available for the application, and getting application information.

You can use the following application management features in your .NET applications:

  • Application Icons

    You can show the application icon as a shortcut on the home screen to allow the user to easily access it. In the device application list, you can show a badge with the application icon to provide additional information about the application state or notifications to the user.

  • Application Manager

    You can retrieve information about the applications installed on the device. You can also get information about the currently-running application.

  • Application Preference

    You can save data in the persistent memory and read them in next session in a safe way.

  • Component Manager

    You can retrieve information about the components installed on the device. You can also get information about the currently running components.

  • Component Port

    The components can intercommunicate using component ports. You can send and receive requests using the serializable data format.

  • Package Manager

    You can retrieve information about the packages installed on the device. You can also monitor for changes in the device packages.

  • Widget Control

    You can send update requests to the widget applications. You can also listen widget lifecycle events, and retrieve details of running instance for the same package widget applications.

  • Widget Viewer

    You can view widget application instances in your application.

The application can communicate with other applications in various ways. You can exchange data between applications through message ports and data controls.

You can use the following application data exchange features in your .NET applications:

  • Dependencies
    • Tizen 4.0 and Higher
Message Port
Next Application Icons
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