In this article you will learn by example, how to create a Tizen 2.4 mobile native widget and how to share data between a widget, service and a UI application.
In short words, a widget in Tizen is a small application which is displayed on the home screen of a device. Typically we use a clock widget, weather widget, sticky note widget, recent contacts widget etc. Widgets can be created using the Tizen Native API and they can be distributed in the Tizen Store only when accompanied by a regular UI application.
In this article you will learn how to use the Badge API in Tizen native application to display a label with a number above an application icon.
In this article we will show you how to use the newest feature of Tizen 2.3. It introduces the Badge API in web projects. As you may know the Badge API is responsible for showing the number of notifications (fig. 1) on the icon of an application. It is a convenient way to inform the user about the current status of the application.
In the Tizen platform, there are various methods available to notify users of new events on the device. Notification panel and ticker notifications are provided as generic notification methods and you can also use pop-up and badge notifications.
The notification UI supports multimodal feedback, which is a combination of events from visual, auditory, and tactile interfaces.
You can use the following types of notifications: