Hot news as KDE have announced their first release of Plasma 5 KDE desktop. Plasma 5 is not only powered by Qt 5, but also the recently released KDE Frameworks 5.
One of the biggest selling point of Plasma 5 is the ability of the UI to adapt to changes in your computing environment, ie Changing from a tablet UI to a desktop UI once it senses you have plugged in a Keyboard and mouse.
Plasma 5 now includes changes to the compositor and frameworks in preparation for Wayland support coming in a later update.
This is all good and well, but what does this have to do with Tizen I hear you say? Well, one of the things we need for Tizen Common is a great UI, and KDE Plasma 5 seems a perfect fit, or at least one UI that makes sense to layer on top of Tizen Common! Check out the video below:
Can it be done? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.