Get Started with Web Applications

When creating your first Tizen Web application, you can select from the following options, which all use the Web-native languages, such as HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript:

  • Wearable Web application

    A wearable application is targeted to run on smart watches, and can be optimized for the smaller screen.

  • Wearable Web watch application

    A wearable watch application is a customized watch face that can be shown as the device home screen.

  • Wearable Web widget application

    A wearable widget application is a small application that can be shown by specific UI applications (such as the home screen).

  • TV Web application

    A TV application is targeted to run on smart TVs, and can be optimized for larger screens and remote control.

  • Samsung Smart TV Web application

    A TV application is targeted to run on Samsung smart TVs, and can be optimized for larger screens and remote control.

  • Mobile Web application

    A mobile application is targeted to run on smart phones, and can take advantage of a wide variety of functionalities available on those devices.

The first application examples show a simple application with a basic UI and minimal functionality. Get familiar with the example first, and afterwards you can use it as a basis to build more complex applications.

Richness on your Web applications

After you create your first Tizen Web application, you can create additional common functionalities, which work on all your Web applications. To create them, you can use the Web-native languages, such as HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript.

The first addon example shows a pop-up saying hello before you enter to the main page of a Web application that you want to run. First, get familiar with the example and afterwards you can use it as a base to build more complex addons.