Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 25th Jan 2012 22:49 UTC, submitted by fran
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "HP today began executing its plan to deliver an open webOS by committing to a schedule for making the platform's source code available under an open source license. The company aims to complete this milestone in its entirety by September. HP also announced it is releasing version 2.0 of webOS's innovative developer tool, Enyo. Enyo 2.0 enables developers to write a single application that works across mobile devices and desktop web browsers, from the webOS, iOS and Android platforms to the Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers - and more. The source code for Enyo is available today, giving the open source community immediate access to the acclaimed application framework for webOS."
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Helpful Links
by robertson on Wed 25th Jan 2012 23:57 UTC
robertson
Member since:
2010-04-30

New Enyo Website:
http://enyojs.com/

Post on webOS Developer Blog:
http://developer.palm.com/blog/2012/01/welcome-to-webos-open-source...

Edited 2012-01-26 00:01 UTC

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Big Agenda
by dionicio on Thu 26th Jan 2012 00:05 UTC
dionicio
Member since:
2006-07-12

The size of the agenda
implies a big compromise.

Hope for a really open platform.

Wishes the best for the team.

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RE: Big Agenda
by ricegf on Thu 26th Jan 2012 12:16 UTC in reply to "Big Agenda"
ricegf Member since:
2007-04-25

As long as Intel is merging a herd of small Linux mobile distros into Tizen, why not add Enyo? While I miss the elegance of Qt, I'm enticed by the brilliance of Enyo. Let's not create new web frameworks when we have a winner here, shall we?

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webOS
by Saladar on Thu 26th Jan 2012 00:30 UTC
Saladar
Member since:
2011-10-25

I just picked up a webOS phone. And it's awesome. I really hope the platform continues to live.

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v At last.
by kalcytriol on Thu 26th Jan 2012 13:38 UTC
Enyo
by galvanash on Sat 28th Jan 2012 00:35 UTC
galvanash
Member since:
2006-01-25

Spent the last day or so playing with Enyo 2 for the first time... I'm really impressed! Enyo is a really well designed framework and I'm very happy that HP has freed it - I would have never seen it otherwise...

ps. For the developers out there Enyo 2 is not a WebOS thing - it no longer has any dependencies on WebOS, webkit, or HP hardware devices. It now works on all the major browsers (even IE). It is a simple and elegant application development framework for building HTML5 apps in JavaScript. It's also tightly namespaced, so you can use it along with other frameworks (jQuery, Prototype, Mojo, whatever). Highly recommend giving it a look.

Edited 2012-01-28 00:43 UTC

Reply Score: 2