JS for Mobile: The Enyo Framework

A session at JSConf US 2011

Monday 2nd May, 2011

4:20pm to 5:00pm (PST)

In the process of reinventing webOS for the next generation of mobile devices, the framework group in the HP group at Palm has built a new framework, Enyo. The core idea is to make an application-centric tool with the goal of being as fast as possible and for scaling UI elements for the range of screen sizes from tiny smartphones to expansive tablets. This talk would look at the design decisions made in creating Enyo and the lessons learned from running a entire mobile platform on JavaScript.

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Ben Combee

Senior software Engineer at Roku, occasional hardware hacker, and friend of NYC Resistor

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Time 4:20pm5:00pm PST

Date Mon 2nd May 2011

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  • Palm OS Web Application Developer's Guide

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