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What you can do with webOS – webOSdev – Palm. All things Palm Pre. A Simple How-to Guide for getting homebrew apps onto your Pre (a. PuTTY Download Page. Home | Licence | FAQ | Docs | Download | Keys | LinksMirrors | Updates | Feedback | Changes | Wishlist | Team Here are the PuTTY files themselves: PuTTY (the Telnet and SSH client itself) PSCP (an SCP client, i.e. command-line secure file copy) PSFTP (an SFTP client, i.e. general file transfer sessions much like FTP) PuTTYtel (a Telnet-only client) Plink (a command-line interface to the PuTTY back ends) Pageant (an SSH authentication agent for PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP, and Plink) PuTTYgen (an RSA and DSA key generation utility).

PuTTY Download Page

LEGAL WARNING: Use of PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP and Plink is illegal in countries where encryption is outlawed. I believe it is legal to use PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP and Plink in England and Wales and in many other countries, but I am not a lawyer and so if in doubt you should seek legal advice before downloading it. You may find this site useful (it's a survey of cryptography laws in many countries) but I can't vouch for its correctness. Binaries Pre-releases of 0.64.

Git clone. Tutorials webOS Hello World. From WebOS Internals This guide assumes you have a rooted Pre, with SFTP access.

Tutorials webOS Hello World

If you don't, please follow the other guides on this wiki first. This guide also assumes that you have at least a basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and maybe a little JavaScript. Note: All of this information was acquired via referencing the applications on the Pre, dissecting the Mojo sources available on the Pre, and possibly other publicly available information. The author of this guide has no access to, or knowledge of Palm's unreleased SDK, aside from what has been made publicly available so far. I'll start by walking you through building your first “Hello, world!”

Building your first webOS application: First off, a webOS application requires only three files to become functional: appinfo.json – This is file contains a simple JSON object, describing basic meta information about your application, such as the name, version, vendor, etc... That's it! First, create a new, blank directory for your application. <! Latest Version: 2.0.1. Welcome to webOSdev - Palm. You may not be able to visit this page because of: an out-of-date bookmark/favourite a search engine that has an out-of-date listing for this site a mistyped address you have no access to this page The requested resource was not found.

Welcome to webOSdev - Palm

An error has occurred while processing your request. Please try one of the following pages: Home Page If difficulties persist, please contact the System Administrator of this site. View not found [name, type, prefix]: article,feed,contentView. User Interface Summary – webOSdev – Palm. Overview This page summaries the supported user interface (UI) actions, guidelines for optimal scene functionality, and the building blocks for scenes.

User Interface Summary – webOSdev – Palm

User Expectations Users learn to operate the device by using its built-in applications. If new applications work similarly and include standard UI controls, users learn how to use them more quickly. In addition to easy and intuitive operation, users expect applications to have readable text, look great, and operate quickly. Supported UI Interactions Users interact with the HP webOS platform by using a finger tip. Basic Guidelines for Scenes This section discusses the following: Screen Dimensions Consider the screen dimensions in the following tables when designing an application for a particular device.

A. The following table lists the differences between the Pre and Pixi devices. Screen Modes The HP webOS platform includes the following screen modes: For more info, see Media Extensions, FilePicker, and Video. Transitions The Application Menu Errors.