Web Tools

MobileWearable

Dependencies

  • Tizen Studio 1.0 and Higher

In the Tizen Studio, you can perform all the development activities from the application project creation to testing and packaging.

The Tizen Studio provides various tools to help you with the different Web application development process phases:

  • Managing Projects

    You can create new application projects with the Project Wizard, and manage the existing applications in the Project Explorer view in the Tizen Studio. You can also register certificates for your applications to allow them to be published in the application stores.

  • Writing and Editing Codes

    You can edit HTML, JS, and CSS files in specific editors, and preview how the changing code affects the application screen. You can also use the live editing feature to modify the application while it is running.

    You can use the content assist, privilege checker, and code productivity tools to speed up the code writing and verification task. With the REST Viewer tool, you can emulate interaction with a Web service. In addition, you can modify various Tizen Studio preferences to ensure that the code editing environment suits your needs.

  • Configuring Your Application

    You can manage various application functionalities and features through the application configuration file, which you can easily configure with a test or form editor. In addition, you can localize your application to use various languages and locale-specific resources by using the Web Localization view in the Tizen Studio.

  • Debugging Your Application

    You can debug, profile, and optimize your application with various tools, such as the Dynamic Analyzer, Web Inspector, and JavaScript Analyzer. The Tizen Studio provides various views designed to help you identify and fix runtime errors, such as the Log view.

  • Running and Testing Your Application

    You can run and test your application using the Tizen emulator. In addition, you can use the Connection Explorer view to manage connections to the emulator and various other target devices. The Smart Development Bridge (SDB) tool allows you to communicate with a connected target device, and the unit test tool allows you to create test projects to verify the reliability of your code.

  • Using the Web Simulator

    You can run your Web application in a Google Chrome™ browser-based simulator, which provides many settings and features for debugging your application. You can test how the application behaves, and even send in events and messages.

If you prefer a command line interface to the graphical Tizen Studio window, you can use the Command Line Interface (CLI) tool during the entire development process.

For a list of keyboard shortcuts related to the Tizen Studio and its various tools, see Keyboard Shortcuts.