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    I have been looking but unable to find Palm's pre-built UI styles, (classes for buttons, ist of functions available, etc). I do not have access to the palm's developer wiki.

    I already checked out most of this forum and predev wiki. Are there any other places to find more information? I already know how to create a basic ap but where can I find more help?

    Im new here and I'll be sharing everything I learn~

    Thanks



    My first test, its useless but just testing how much I can customize the graphics. :P

    Last edited by elchileno; 07/08/2009 at 06:22 PM.
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    I'd check out webOShelp.net; they have an (incomplete) list of the API and CSS classes, etc.

    Getting Started with webOS
    webOS Mojo CSS Styles
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    Quote Originally Posted by elchileno View Post
    I have been looking but unable to find Palm's pre-built UI styles, (classes for buttons, ist of functions available, etc). I do not have access to the palm's developer wiki.

    I already checked out most of this forum and predev wiki. Are there any other places to find more information? I already know how to create a basic ap but where can I find more help?

    Im new here and I'll be sharing everything I learn~

    Thanks



    My first test, its useless but just testing how much I can customize the graphics. :P

    danielfarina.com/pre/screenshot_ap1.jpg (cant post images yet)
    Check the Hello World app on the predev.wikidot.com page I believe the section on the html links to the default CSS page or it's in the framework files.
    8MB Visor --> Treo 300 --> Treo 650 --> Treo 800w --> Palm Pre
    All devices obtained within first week of launch
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    Great, I will check it out ~

    Thanks burntsky & Kaerey
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    If you have the SDK, look at the Style Matters app in the sdk/share/samples directory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blubble View Post
    If you have the SDK, look at the Style Matters app in the sdk/share/samples directory.
    Ohh~ Good tip I spent a lot of time searching the web and i didnt notice the folders with samples.

    weboshelp and the samples in the sdk are very helpful!

    Thanks.
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    The information is still pretty limited, I will spend a few days to see what I can do and hopefully come back with a useful ap. =P

    ps: If anyone is developing aps and needs a designer/coder >>>> let me know~!

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