The Tizen Web Simulator:
The Tizen Web Simulator is based on the Ripple-UI Framework and is licensed under Apache Software License v.2.0.
Figure: Tizen Web Simulator
The Web Simulator has several settings for developing Web applications.
The application navigation bar is used to load an application, view the browsing history, and modify the Web Simulator configuration and visibility settings.
The navigation bar has the following options:
When the Web Simulator is launched from Tizen Studio, the file path of your application main file is displayed in the address bar. You can edit this field for changing the file or project to run.
Reloads the current application.
Click the history button to view the previously launched applications.
Opens the Web Simulator configuration window.
Opens the panel visibility window.
Opens the Web Simulator information window.
You can modify the following configuration settings in the Web Simulator configuration window:
Save your configuration settings to the local storage and restore the settings at a later time.
Set the device API and device resolution to simulate the device resolution of the target device on the DEVICE tab.
The Tizen System Information API (for mobile and wearable applications) is used to retrieve device and network-related information. Use the SYSTEM SETTINGS tab to set the device status and to test whether your application can retrieve the current device status. You can also test the application listener functions for status change notifications.
You can modify the following system configuration settings on the SYSTEM SETTINGS tab:
Manage the device vibration and screen lock status.
Manually set the CPU load. If the value is set to 0, the CPU is idle. If the value is set to 1, the CPU usage is 100%.
Display the build type, language, country, display orientation, dots per inch (DPI), and device width and height. You can also set the display brightness and storage attributes.
Display and set the video output.
Set the network type, Wi-Fi network, cellular network, and SIM card-related configuration options on the NETWORK tab.
To view the Tizen Web Simulator preferences, select Window > Preferences > Tizen Studio > Web > Simulator in Tizen Studio.
In this section, you can modify Google Chrome™ browser-related preferences.
Enter the full path to the Google Chrome™ browser program. When first started, Tizen Studio attempts to discover the location. However, it can be necessary to enter or modify this value manually.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe
The simulator is started with default parameters, including the ones described in the following table.
Table: Default parameters
config.xml and the application icon).
|Allows the simulator to do cross-domain requests (such as access the map location on another server).
To add more start-up parameters, enter them in this field.
Enter the full directory path for the simulator to store user preferences and Web application data.
In this section, you can modify simulator-related preferences:
Set whether to use the default version of the simulator, or a custom version.
index.html file for the version you want to use.
Selecting Launch the simulator in Google Chrome application mode launches the simulator without the Google URL bar or tabs at the top. The result is that the simulator appears as a standalone application. The setting has no effect on the simulator features.
The following APIs are not supported by the current version of the simulator. Support for these APIs is under development.
Tizen APIs have the following known issues on the Web simulator:
config.xml configuration file. However, the syntax and values of all Tizen-specific properties are verified. The verification result is displayed in the Application Configuration panel of the widget configuration editor.
The following W3C/HTML5 specifications are supported:
config.xml of a widget is parsed by the simulator and the information is shown in the Application Configuration panel.