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Samsung releases final Bada SDK 2.0: all new 26 August 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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Samsung straddles three mobile operating systems
When it comes to mobile operating system, arrogate to themselves the two most of the news: IOS and Android. But other manufacturers have their own systems, and it is particularly the case with Samsung now offers the final version of SDK 2.0 Bada.

Version 2.0 says that says major changes, and this is the case. The SDK provides a list of major improvements. The first is important: support for multitasking. Samsung says that several applications can now run in the background of the system. It is also noted that the size of the application potentially impact the performance of this multitasking.

A new interface along with new elements:

The Header, which displays the descriptive content at the top of the screen
The Footer, which allows you to switch between different views in the application
A tab bar can be placed anywhere by the developer
A search
Gallery control that displays a collection of images with the

[via dcellphoneshop]

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