Press Release: August 28, 2009
Join us for this free, live webcast--Palm webOS: Application Basics, Presented by Mitch Allen, VP at Palm, Inc. This session begins with an overview of the basic webOS application structure and a demo of the core SDK developer tools, and includes detail presentations on the application launch lifecycle, and Mojo controllers and methods. We'll create the initial version of News application with a single story view which will use many of the elements described in this segment including appinfo.json, sources.json, basic scene styles, stage and scene controllers, pushScene and swapScene methods among others.
Palm webOS, the webcast
Date: Wednesday, September 9th at 10 am PT
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
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About Mitch Allen
Mitch Allen is vice president and software chief technology officer at Palm, Inc., where he provides executive-level technical leadership for Palm's software strategy. His primary focus is the establishment of Palm webOS as the leading mobile platform for web developers. As one of the earliest designers of webOS, Mitch has been a principle architect of Palm's new OS and application development framework. He is currently leading the design of the Mojo developer SDK and toolsets, and working with initial developers in their use of the platform and SDK.
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