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Palm Offers the Mojo SDK Beta for webOS

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Jul 16, 2009, 9:11 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Palm announced that it will provide the webOS software development kit (SDK) — called Mojo — and additional documentation available immediately to anyone interested in developing for the webOS platform. Palm also announced that there are plenty of applications in the pipeline that will be added to the Palm Apps Catalog soon. Palm will begin accepting submissions for new applications starting in the fall. The Mojo SDK and associated documents are the tools that developers need to create applications, games and other content for the webOS platform.

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Jul 16, 2009, 3:19 PM

Here we come

I think now Palm will "Sprint" pass the competition 😁
I hope so, the pre is a great phone.
What ahppen to Palm? a few seconds ago, they was ontop of the world on the smartphone end of things. Now, Blackberry, Apple and Google are ontop of the world? Samsung is really try to get involved too. Yet, Palm just took a back seat....whats up with ...
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