East Agile Open Source Palm webOS

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 20 Apr 2010 at 02:41

East Agile one of Palm's recommended webOS developers in 2009. During their validation process, we created an photograph album application that lets users drill down into the EXIF tag information that describes the characteristics of their photos. Palm offered to place this application on their store, but instead we opted to make it open source in order to help the developer community. The code has been available on github since January 2010. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAQ 13 - iPhone, Android, WebOS, Blackberry, Symbian

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 20 Nov 2009 at 23:11

Smartphone Applications

Do you have any experience of developing smartphone apps?


Adam Blum
CEO, Rhomobile
We have a mobile platform development team. We develop for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Symbian, and Palm WebOS. Our iPhone team has particular strength in geo-location and mapping applications. We have also been selected by Palm, Inc. as a recommended phone application developer.

We can create iPhone apps directly in native Objective C. See Abbott Labs' Similac Mom application on the Apple App Store.

Our current preference is to develop apps using the HTML5 oriented Phonegap system. This allows us to continue to use our full set of strong Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) and Test Driven Development (TDD) practices to create while developing for iPhone and other mobile...

Application in our Mojo Simulator

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 04 Apr 2009 at 18:19

The following links to a live example of code running in our Palm Pre Mojo Simulator. It is an extension of the simple RSS application in the O'Reily webOS book.

http://www.eastagile.com/uploads/news/

Please note that the simulator is only fully functional in Apple Safari version 4 beta since this is the only browser that supports the HTML5 which is used in Palm Pre applications.

Palm Pre Mojo Simulator

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 02 Apr 2009 at 21:45

As part of our Pre development preparations, we've created a simulator of the Palm Pre Mojo framework. It allows working Mojo/javascript code to be written and executed just as it would on an actual Palm Pre.

    * Provides exactly the same API as the real Mojo framework so that the application-level code will work correctly on Palm WebOS
    * Based on the API specification written in the Palm WebOS book
    * Can support
          o application with multiple stages
          o background process
          o notification system
          o widgets
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