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    are the new apps in webos 3.0 all enyo apps. if so why is their still complaints about the opening of apps. So the combination of a 1.2 dual core processor and enyo is not enough to eliminate lag and slowness.
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    the core apps like email open really fast. I don't see any lag.
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    It is still a javascript framework and application language. Load time isn't going to be any different just because of Enyo vs Mojo. App load time has more to do with how apps are coded than anything else. Doing a bunch of stuff at load time causes it to take longer to show the app. Take the old Google Maps app as an example of how not to do it.
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    can you give your opinion on enyo and how much better or not better it is havent heard too many people give their thoughts
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    Enyo is great because you can build apps that scale to different screen sizes, and also requires far les code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    It is still a javascript framework and application language. Load time isn't going to be any different just because of Enyo vs Mojo. App load time has more to do with how apps are coded than anything else.
    Not exactly. You said it's not going to be any different because of Enyo vs Mojo, but at the same time you said it has to do more with how apps are coded. Well, Enyo is part of how apps are coded just as much as Mojo, and Enyo looks to be coded more efficiently. At least to me, there seems to be less initial overhead with Enyo, so apps *should* load faster.

    Perhaps the problem was that people complaining forgot they have the ability to keep multiple apps open at once. This is where how the apps are coded really makes a difference. A "good citizen" app would detect when its card is minimized and reduce activity down to absolute minimum, so as to not lag the system. But most apps (at least the Javascript ones) don't do this, and keep hogging system resources. Most PDK apps are better about this.

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