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Samsung promises home automation control in new sdk for Smart TV -

Samsung has released version 5.0 of its software development kit released for Smart TV. With the new development kit as it allows for automation applications organized, such as lights, air conditioners and thermostats to control. Using the TV Also, the speed of the platform would be improved.

samsung smart tv Samsung promises home automation control in new sdk for Smart TVAccording to Samsung’s Smart TV SDK 5.0 compatible with a wide range of devices that can be. Households in modern remote controlled The South Korean manufacturer calls lights, air conditioners, thermostats and refrigerators as examples of compatible devices via included APIs are accessed. Thus Samsung hopes to simplify. Controlling automation applications using HDTV’s.

Samsung has released version 5.0 of its software development kit for Smart TV released. With the renewed ontwikkelkit should be possible to domoticatoepasingen, such as lamps, air conditioning and thermostats, via the tv. Also, the speed of the platform would be improved.

According to Samsung, the Smart TV sdk 5.0 compatible with a wide number of devices in modern households at a distance can be controlled. The South-Korean manufacturer calls lighting, air conditioners, thermostats and refrigerators as examples of compatible devices through included apis are accessed. As hopes Samsung control of  via hdtv’s to simplify.

With the new sdk is now also available in the emulator. This is according to Samsung easier to develop apps that are not only on tv’s run on mobile devices. Furthermore, there is to write apps in C and C++ support for Google’s portable native client. This mechanism should code as much as possible natively run on the hardware available and can thus the performance benefit. This may be an interesting addition to Smart TV, because this platform by many users and too slow.

Apps that with the Smart TV sdk 5.0 to be built and on tv’s from the 2014 line of Samsung to turn, can be tested in a VirtualBox running emulator. There is now also support for WebGL, while there is also easier to work with subtitles in video applications. The sdk can be in combination with the Eclipse development environment to be used while debugging is possible with the developertools of the Chrome browser.

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