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    Run application locally

    Hello

    The Samsung Smart TV's have got a developer account, with the developer account you can download applications from your computer to your tv for stand alone use.

    I'm wondering if the Philips Smart TV's have got the same kind of option. I'd like to test my application on my tv (so not on some emulator) without having to submit it to Philips for application.
    Also I would prefer to actually run the application on the TV, so that I do not need to have my pc turned on for testing and demo purposes.

    Does anyone know if this is possible with the Philips Smart TV ? I could not find the option, but I'm asking just to make sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominicr View Post
    Hello

    The Samsung Smart TV's have got a developer account, with the developer account you can download applications from your computer to your tv for stand alone use.

    I'm wondering if the Philips Smart TV's have got the same kind of option. I'd like to test my application on my tv (so not on some emulator) without having to submit it to Philips for application.
    Also I would prefer to actually run the application on the TV, so that I do not need to have my pc turned on for testing and demo purposes.

    Does anyone know if this is possible with the Philips Smart TV ? I could not find the option, but I'm asking just to make sure.

    Best Regards
    Dominic Rooijackers
    Hi Dominic,

    You can do the following: upload the App to your private website, and access your App via the open internet browser in the TV.

    Regards,
    JuAn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    Hi Dominic,

    You can do the following: upload the App to your private website, and access your App via the open internet browser in the TV.

    Regards,
    JuAn

    Dear JuAn

    Thank you for your quick answer.
    Unfortunately, that is not the functionality I was looking for. I was hoping I would be able to test the app on the tv without the use of any external webserver.
    (and because I'm still testing, the app won't be approved for NET TV anywhere in the near future)

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