Featured prominently in that article was Mochi, a striking new design language that the webOS UX team had been working on for the next generation of webOS phones and tablets before everything abruptly and famously screeched to a halt. In the transitional period before we were acquired by LG, our designers continued to work on Mochi. We worked closely with them, implementing many of the Mochi widgets in the form of a new UI library for Enyo 2 — but we had to put this work in progress on the shelf in early 2013 when we shifted our focus to TV and started pouring most of our energy into Moonstone and Spotlight. When the Verge story hit, however, it understandably sparked some interest in Mochi. It’s fun to have Mochi out in the open after all this time. WebOS : Enyo 2 vise le développement d'applications autonomes.
L’année dernière, HP décidait de laisser tomber le développement de produits basés sur webOS.
Le système d’exploitation, acquis en même temps que Palm, avait pourtant un potentiel intéressant. La firme a choisi de basculer le produit en open source pour lui offrir un nouvel avenir. Régulièrement, le code source de composants est publié et c’est au tour d’Enyo 2, un kit d’outils (framework) pour développer des applications autonomes. Des applications autonomes La première version d’Enyo avait été publiée en janvier. Enyo permet donc de créer des applications basées sur les technologies du web. Un outil interactif de sélection d'exemples Parmi les améliorations, il faut d’abord noter l’enrichissement de la bibliothèque Onyx avec de nouveaux Widgets. Arrive également une application nommée Sampler dont la mission est de fournir rapidement des exemples de ce qu’est capable de faire Enyo.
WebOS. WebOS also known as LG webOS, Open webOS or HP webOS, is a Linux kernel-based operating system for smart TVs, and formerly a mobile operating system. Initially developed by Palm, which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard, the operating system was later sold to LG Electronics.
Through all iterations of the operating system (Palm, HP and now LG) the official name has been consistently stylized as webOS (lowercase 'w').[note 1] Palm launched WebOS in January 2009, then called Palm WebOS. Various versions of WebOS have been featured on several devices, including Pre, Pixi, and Veer phones and the HP TouchPad tablet. The latest version, 3.0.5, was released on January 12, 2012. After abandoning the TouchPad and the proposed sale of the HP Personal Systems Group, HP made the platform open source, and it became Open WebOS. Code specific to the existing devices was released as WebOS Community Edition (CE), with support for the existing HP hardware. Background WebOS : HP publie un calendrier pour le passage en Open Source. L’année 2011 a été pour HP synonyme de grands changements.
On se souvient notamment de l’abandon des produits mobiles, smartphones et tablettes, puis de changements de plans, notamment en ce qui concerne Windows 8 et… WebOS. Car si ce dernier a été officiellement « abandonné », HP a annoncé par la suite qu’il deviendrait open source et que son code serait donc accessible à tout un chacun. Open webOS Architecture. Core Applications Core-apps include the following Enyo 1.0 applications: accounts, calculator, calendar, clock, contacts, email, and memos, and the Node.js-based services required to run them.
The first eye catching change is the new name we’ll be using for our project going forward. The distribution will be called “LuneOS” instead of “WebOS Ports Open webOS” because it wasn’t very catchy and we felt it important to specify we are separate from Open webOS which is it’s own project from HP and now LG. Lune is the French translation of moon and refers to the user interface we all love so much in legacy webOS, LunaSysMgr, which is named after the Latin/Spanish translation of moon. The release model for LuneOS is a rolling one where each of the releases will get its own name from a list of coffee beverages. This first release is “Affogato”. As a mobile operating system, we’re tailored for smartphones and tablets. Wifi! Completely Enyo 2. Open webOS devient LuneOS, disponible dans une première mouture. WebOS-Ports.