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Palm Offers Details About Developing for webOS

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Jan 10, 2009, 2:12 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Palm recently provided information about its development program for it's new mobile operating system, webOS. Palm is calling the development environment Mojo, and also has the Mojo SDK. The application framework for Mojo is based on the HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript standards, which are all Web-based. This new tool will help developers create programs for and port programs to the webOS platform. Palm also said that there are a number of ways to migrate data from an existing PDB file to a new webOS application.


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Jan 11, 2009, 12:29 AM

This thing is going to BlOW the hell up!

Palm is coming out swinging! (And they have to.) They know it, and the rest of the world knows it! What better way to get some bad-ass apps on your devise than making it super easy to build for?

They are now taking a page out of the gaming industry. (The hardware is only as good as the software running on it). And making it this easy to build for, they should have very few problems ahead. (Unless Apple counters with something within the next few months.)

I have a Blackberry Curve right now but Palm has always been my first love. I got the 700p when it first came out and loved it to death. (I feel dirty for having a Curve.)

I've been really impressed with what I've seen of WebOS thus far, and I can't wait until VZW finally gets a WebOS device. Palm could easily give iPhone a run for its money with this platform, in my opinion. My only real concern is how its office suite...
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