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* [[Tutorials_webOS_Porting_Older_App|Porting older javascript apps]]
 
* [[Tutorials_webOS_Porting_Older_App|Porting older javascript apps]]
 
* [[Tutorials_webOS_Installing_An_Ipk|Installing an IPK]]
 
* [[Tutorials_webOS_Installing_An_Ipk|Installing an IPK]]
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* [[Tutorials_webOS_Loading_Existing_Apps_Into_An_Eclipse_Project|Loading Existing apps into an Eclipse Project]]
  
 
== Want to write a tutorial and Add it? ==
 
== Want to write a tutorial and Add it? ==

Revision as of 18:29, 1 August 2009

Warning: Some applications are only listed under "All". Please help copy unsorted applications, see talk for a list of applications that have not been sorted. New applications are being written faster than we can add them. Please help by adding apps you find missing here.
The Instructions on building WebOS Mojo applications of your own are simple and straight forward.
If you are looking for patches to modify existing webOS applications those are found in Patches to webOS.

Tutorials

Want to write a tutorial and Add it?

Just name the article like

"Tutorials webOS " + name

Ex: Tutorials_webOS_Getting_Started
(spaces are the same thing as underscores)

Policies about adding Applications

Your application can be any progress (Completed/Beta/Design Phase), just make sure you have a temporary name. For example if your application is called "Testing This":

<source lang="text">

This is a short description, leave screenshots and other details for the application page.

</source>

Place this under the All webOS Application Portal, and the category it goes under (for instance "Games" if it is a game). You can always change the applications name just make sure it is not taken and let us know on the Admin Changes page so we can delete the old application page (so others can use it).

Development Projects

webOS Mojo and Multiple language projects being developed as open source by the community.

  • Preware: A mojo app with backend plugin to run ipkg and fetch over the air installs and updates from the PreWare ipkg feed.

Development Proposals

These proposals for webOS applications lack a formal project at this time.