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First Look at Palm's WebOS SDK, Mojo

Mon Jan 12, 2009 - 11:00 AM EST - By Jennifer Chappell


The Boy Genius Report has posted an article with a nice look at Palm's WebOS SDK, Mojo. One of The Boy Genius Reports' ninjas has gotten them some shots of the inner-workings of Palm's webOS SDK. According to BGR, everything is tested and previewed in the web browser. BGR's shots are of the Mac version, Safari.

BGR says that the SDK operates as a local server that serves up the web pages (apps), and you can connect to it from your local browser.

From the BGR article:

We’re told that even in Safari, apps work just like they would on the actual device, and much like the iPhone Simulator, just in the web browser. This means scrolling and rubberband-man bouncing. Very cool and very sneaky.

BGR has lots of screenshots in their gallery, so be sure to head over there and check them out.

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