Tizen Web Application Development for Beginners
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The Calendar API allows you to manage events and tasks in a calendar. A calendar is a collection
of events or tasks, depending on the calendar type. Each event or task has a series of attributes,
such as purpose, starting time, and duration.
The Contact API allows you to manage the contacts and people listed in an address book. A
contact object is always associated with a specific address book. A person object is an
aggregation of one or more contacts associated with the same person.
The Content API allows you to search for content such as images, videos, and music stored locally
on the device. You can also perform content management tasks, such as viewing and updating
The Download API allows you to download files from the Internet. You can also monitor the
download progress and status.
The Filesystem API allows you to manage the files and folders of the device file system. The
Filesystem API provides access to the non-restricted portions of the file system, which are
represented as virtual root locations. The virtual roots form a collection of locations that together
function as a single virtual file system, which your application can access.
The Messaging API allows you to use messaging functions for SMS, MMS, and email
communication. The HTML5 messaging process uses uniform resource identifiers (URIs).
The NFC API allows you to use the Near Field Communication (NFC) service for exchanging data
between NFC devices ("peers") or tags. The devices can share contacts, photos, and videos, and
can also act as smart cards. You can use an NFC device to communicate with NFC tags for a
range of activities, such as paying bills or downloading coupons.
The Notification API allows you to provide notifications about application events.
The Package API allows you to retrieve detailed information about packages, such as name, ID,
icon path, and version. You can also receive notifications when packages are installed, updated,
or removed, and perform package management tasks, such as installing or uninstalling packages.
The Power API allows you to access the device's power resources. Currently, the screen and CPU
power resources are supported, allowing you to request a specific power state and control the
brightness of the screen.
System Information API
The System Information API allows you to access the device's system properties. You can retrieve
various device and system details, such as the current battery level, amount of available storage,
and state of the cellular network connection.