The creators of Tizen OS (including Intel, Samsung, Huawei, etc.) is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0 for developers (code named Larkspur), to create applications optimized for the open-source mobile operating system , signaling that he will soon see in smartphones, tablets and netbooks.
The project Tizen from the ashes of MeeGo, whose development began with the best conditions, but Nokia's withdrawal led to an end, with a few devices to reach the market.
The first target for Tizen OS is to stand the test of time and then see if a truly the open-source mobile operating system (supported by the Linux Foundation) can compete Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
As regards the Tizen 1.0 Larkspur SDK, includes tools for developing applications, while much attention has been paid to technology web (for creating web applications), which means that many applications designed for Tizen OS can run and other platforms.
Those who are interested, can download the SDK here.