Open webOS, A Tour

Apr 12, 2012 · New York, United States of America

Notice! We are back at Google Chelsea Market at 6:30pm for the rest of the year!
Roy Sutton
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Open webOS, A Tour
Open webOS is a Linux-based platform designed on open standards.  It provides a touch-optimized user interface that embraces the Web.  In this talk, you will discover the various sub-projects and related technologies that make up webOS, from the low-level Platform Portability layer, through the Isis WebKit browser and finally to the cross-platform Enyo JavaScript framework.  You'll learn about the underlying technologies and find out how you can contribute to their development.  In addition to the technical aspects, a brief history of webOS will be presented.
More Information:

Open webOS
webOS development wiki
Enyo javascript framework
Isis web browser github
Platform Portability Layer github

Roy Sutton is a Developer Relations Engineer with HP's webOS group.  He assists developers in developing applications for and porting applications to the webOS platform. He has been developing mobile applications for longer than the term "mobile computing" has existed. He is curator for, a webOS development wiki. You can also follow him on Twitter: @pre101.
Stammtisch - After the meeting ... Join us around 8:30 PM or so at McKenna's Pub at 250 West 14th Street. (We have the back lounge area reserved.)

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