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Tutorials webOS Hello World. From WebOS Internals This guide assumes you have a rooted Pre, with SFTP access.
That's it! First, create a new, blank directory for your application. <! Latest Version: 2.0.1. Welcome to webOSdev - Palm. 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 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.