It’s been quite a while since our last release and we’ve been keeping quiet lately. Some of the team members have also enjoyed some well deserved time off in the meanwhile as well. The majority of what we’ve been working on hasn’t been and isn’t ready for public consumption.
But quite a lot of things have happened in the past couple of months.
Continue reading LuneOS project still progressing
In an announcement on their blog yesterday, The Enyo Team has released the Mochi user interface (UI) for open source development. The early look at Mochi came when The Verge published an article we covered here on pivotCE earlier this year. With everyone’s interests piqued, the fine folks working on Enyo development offered to open source. Now that it’s available, users may eventually be able to run the UI on legacy webOS devices, and it looks and feels like webOS 3.1.
Continue reading Enyo Team Open Sources Mochi UI, Feels like webOS 3.1