In time for the 2013 Tizen Developer Conference this week, Tizen.org just announced the release of the Tizen Developer Tools (v13.04). The new release includes version upgrades to the Git Build System (gbs 0.16), MIC Image Creator (mic 0.19), and Block Map (bmap-tools 2.3).
Install docs can be found here.
Just in time for the 2013 Tizen Developer Conference, Tizen.org just released Tizen 2.1, codenamed “Nectarine”.
Dubbed as a “minor release”, changes include:
It looks like Qt is unofficially making its way to Tizen. A Qt for Tizen page has just been created in the Qt wiki encouraging the community to help port Qt 5 to Tizen.
Tomasz Olszak is off to a great start, posting a video of Qt 5 running on the Tizen 2.1 Emulator. Check it out:
Join the Qt for Tizen community at Google+.
Havok just announced that their free C++-based Project Anarchy gaming platform will be making its way to Tizen. Havok plans to optimize the full range of Project Anarchy technology for Tizen — Havok Vision Engine, Havok Physics, Havok Animation Studio and Havok AI.
“We’re thrilled to be on the ground floor with a highly robust game engine that will enable mobile developers to push the technology boundaries of Tizen to deliver highly compelling game play.” said David Coghlan, Managing Director at Havok.
Havok will be doing live demos at the Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco, May 22 – 24, 2013. The Tizen-optimized build of Project Anarchy will be available for developers sometime Q3 of 2013.
Check out a demo of Havok’s Project Anarchy on ARM Mali at GDC 2013: