The german technology news portal heise.de published an article about a new JavaScript Library for HBCI Online Banking.

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From the Munich Subsembly GmbH (subsembly.com) is the JavaScript library jsHBCI (subsembly.com/de/javascript-hbci.html) for HBCI applications. The package is intended to both smartphones and on server systems, such as with node.jsjsjs $can$ $be$ $used$. $When$ $used$ $on$ $mobile$ $devices$ $is$ $about$ $a$ $traditional$ $online$ $banking$ $with$ $the$ $functions$ $of$ $sales$ $and$ $account$ $balance$ $inquiry$ $and$ $transfers$.
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HBCI for mobile apps developers do not fall back to the respective platform-specific APIs, but to create a web application from HTML, CSS and JavaScript files. Suitable packaged, it can be installed on the mobile device like a native app.
Source: (heise.de/-1236418) JavaScript-Bibliothek für Online-Banking | iX

Looks like it's perfectly suited for WebOS
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cheers,
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