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  1.    #1  
    Just a small post I ran across, Nothing exciting, but still thought I'd share.

    I don't know anything about developing, but this sounds promising for apps:

    He adds that from a developer’s standpoint, the proliferation of smartphone platforms “is maddening”, as each has its own technical stack for developers to deal with.



    “That fragmentation is driving developers to embrace [cross platform development] frameworks such as PhoneGap, which WebOS has wholeheartedly adopted. In other words, if you’re producing iOS and Android apps with PhoneGap, supporting WebOS devices isn’t much of a stretch. Supporting Windows Phone 7 is a completely different story at the moment.”



    Reynolds advice is to stay focused on Apple iOS and Android, get up to speed on PhoneGap and other HTML/CSS/Javascript platforms, and keep an eye on the market acceptance of the new devices HP is introducing.
    TelecomTV | News | The prospects for HP’s WebOS
    Just call me Berd.
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    Here's the blog he was referring to:
    HP Veer – How Dead is WebOS? | kiwiluv tech blog
    Just call me Berd.
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    Cool!
    Palm IIIx >>> Palm V >>> Palm Vx >>> Tungsten T5 >>> webOS 2.1 emulator

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    SO easy anyone can do it! HP webOS First App Tutorial

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    that is a very enteresting post yo shared. Thank yo
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    I read that and wondered why Palm didn't select Phonegap as their framework. Does anyone know what the other big players use, and if any other smartphone maker uses node.jsjsjs $besides$ $Palm$?

    And does it matter? Not being a developer, I have no idea if picking a particular framework makes it easier/harder to lure developers from other platforms.
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    Dear berdinkerdickle,

    Great find & nice read!

    This is exactly why we must be cheerleaders for HP & webOS.

    Here is a paragraph from another article which also thinks HP/Palm could serge forward if HP markets the new line of smartphones properly:

    TelecomTV | News | The prospects for HP’s WebOS

    Unsurprisingly, Palm found itself at the bottom of the big five tied (at least in point changes) with Microsoft. However, Palm could surge again under the HP brand name - depending on the success of the HP Pre 3 and HP Veer.

    Take care,

    Jay
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovedessert View Post
    Dear berdinkerdickle,

    Great find & nice read!

    This is exactly why we must be cheerleaders for HP & webOS.

    Here is a paragraph from another article which also thinks HP/Palm could serge forward if HP markets the new line of smartphones properly:

    TelecomTV | News | The prospects for HP’s WebOS

    Unsurprisingly, Palm found itself at the bottom of the big five tied (at least in point changes) with Microsoft. However, Palm could surge again under the HP brand name - depending on the success of the HP Pre 3 and HP Veer.

    Take care,

    Jay

    Looking bleak with Microsoft buying Skype.
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    Samsung's Galaxy S II has 3 million pre-orders, hope veer has atleast a million pre-order too.
    If this helped you hit thanks.
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    Is the veer taking Pre Orders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kkhanmd View Post
    Looking bleak with Microsoft buying Skype.
    Skype doesn't make or break a platform.

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre using Forums
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    Nice read. Thanks for sharing. 3rd place would be great.

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