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News Crumbs – 4th September 2014

There’s been a lot of big news in the last week, so time for a quick clean out!

  • Some app updates went through HP’s admin last week. We know there are a couple more in the pipeline. Thanks to all the developers still supporting webOS. Expect reviews soon on pivotCE.
  • Platform game, Orcrest has new levels. See the pivotCE article here.
  • What’s Shaking is a must for earthquake… er fans?
  • Zap Photo Share let’s you share photos and slideshows across the wifi network. Why hand your phone around when you can beam to a bigger screen?
  • Lithium Messenger is an assistant for messaging, posting & tweeting. Expand words, add emoticons, pics, videos, shorten links, even translate! Is there a news crumbs mode? Maybe in the next update.
  • LG posted photos of Dev camp 2014. Owners of webOS TVs eagerly await the results of their efforts.
  • Meanwhile we were concerned to hear that two of the top designers had moved to Pebble. Will this affect the progress of webOS? We hope not.
  • Further disappointment came from This article from Gigaom.com, claiming that all is not well in LG’s Sillicon Valley Lab. Some disputed the fairness on twitter and webOS Nation. Have a read and decide for yourself.

I hope you enjoyed that, I fancy a nice grilled pannini to go with my affogato.

More Enyo in Minneapolis, June 20th.

Enyo logo
Image: Enyojs.com

Derek Anderson is back in Minneapolis for another Enyo meetup! Following on from an introduction at the start of this month, he will be showing how to set up your development environment, prototype your app and also how to connect it to a public API.

Enyo is the cross-platform, javascript framework that enables apps to be developed for most major platforms including webOS phones, tablets and televisions.

The fun starts at 7pm. More information and registration is here.

Introduction to Enyo, Minneapolis, 2nd May.

Enyo logo
Image: Enyojs.com

Enyo is the cross-platform, javascript framework that enables apps to be developed for most major platforms including webOS phones, tablets and televisions.

Are you interested in Enyo development? If you are in the Minneapolis area on Friday the second of May, why not spend your evening with fellow developers at an free introduction to Enyo course?

The event is being presented by Derek Anderson and runs from 7pm to 8.30pm. All levels of experience are welcome. More information is here, where you can sign up.