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    Is developing TouchPad applications the same on Eclipse as with WebOS 2.X - ?

    If not what do I do to start?
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    I'm in the same boat as you, newbie developer with a little JSJSJS/$C$ $background$. $Your$ $best$ $bet$ $is$ $to$ $go$ $here$ https://developer.palm.com/ So much stuff there to keep you busy for days. Tutorials, guides, tips, etc. They should have the answers to almost all of your questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sburlbaw View Post
    I'm in the same boat as you, newbie developer with a little JSJSJS/$C$ $background$. $Your$ $best$ $bet$ $is$ $to$ $go$ $here$ https://developer.palm.com/ So much stuff there to keep you busy for days. Tutorials, guides, tips, etc. They should have the answers to almost all of your questions.
    Thanks, but I already develop for WebOS phones but the TouchPad doesn't seem to have a way to develop with Eclipse. I guess I will have to wait
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    I'm a total newb when it comes to development, but I went through and downloaded all the stuff yesterday. They don't have a preset for enyo apps, but I had no problem loading stuff into an open emulator through Eclipse. I took some of the sample sdk stuff and loaded those no problem.
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    Yes it's 100% the same as developing on the mobile devices. The only change is that in your appinfo.json you will need to add the following line of code "uiRevision": "2"
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmglakewood View Post
    Yes it's 100% the same as developing on the mobile devices. The only change is that in your appinfo.json you will need to add the following line of code "uiRevision": "2"
    I added that and it didn't do anything it just opened a WebOS mojo application in the TouchPad emulator - emulator... I made sure when I added it to the end there was a comma after the above line.
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    Ok so instead I just took the example Enyo app from the Enyo tutorial but how can I just open this in Eclipse and have it direct the application to the emulator?
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    Here is what I did, and it works pretty well.

    I just opened one of the examples in Eclipse (imported it, I think), and started editing it.

    For testing:

    Start the emulator. Then, I made a batch file with the palm-run command for my app. Works like a charm. Whether you use the emulator or device for testing, this works.

    I also use Google Chrome for testing. I start Chrome with the proper command line options for testing in the shortcut. I also have Chome as my default browser, so that when I double click the html file for my project, it opens and runs in Chrome just fine (since I already started it).
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