Marmalade Dives Into Tizen: Gives Developers First Taste Of Tizen App Development
|Richard Harris in Mobile Tech Monday, September 23, 2013|
On downloading the latest SDK, developers will get native access to Tizen and will be able to port existing and new games made with Marmalade directly into the brand new Tizen ecosystem ahead of launch, taking early mover advantage before the crowds come in. Support of the new platform is a pre-cursor to an exciting new developer incentive promotion being launched by the two companies later this fall.
The addition of Tizen support to Marmalade further augments its cross-platform capabilities, enabling developers to reach the widest pool of app consumers with just one code base, providing an incredibly cost-effective solution for developer organisations of any size.
“We’ve been really impressed at the speed at which Marmalade have integrated their initial support for Tizen,” said Christopher Croteau, Tizen Association Board member and Managing Director of Intel's Software and Services Group. “We look forward to seeing some great content made with Marmalade appear on the Tizen store, in time for the platform roll out later this year.”
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