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by Ryan St. Andrie Wed, 12 Dec 2012 5:23 pm EST

Enyo book now available for pre-order

Are you interested in developing an app with HP's awesome cross-platform Enyo application framework? If so, then Enyo: Up and Running will be the reference book for you. Written by webOS Developer Relations team member Roy Sutton and published by perennial development how-to house O'Reilly Media, this book will contain everything a JavaScript developer will need to rock out an Enyo app. Enyo: Up and Running covers everything from core features of the Enyo framework to how to package apps for installation. Even if you're not a seasoned JavaScript developer and are new to the app development game, this type of book should be of much use to you. Heck, if you're just the kind of person that collects any and everything webOS-related, then this would look really sweet on your bookshelf.

Unfortunately this book is currently only available right now as a pre-order for the paltry sum of $14.99. Mr. Sutton tells us that Enyo: Up and Running should go into print by late January of next year (the O'Reilly website says to expect availability in February 2013). If you're interested in picking up a copy, be sure to check out the source link below and get your order in. As webOS enthusiasts we can't wait to get our hands on a copy. We would also like to collectively congratulate our good friend Roy on getting published and hope to get him to sign our copies of the book... as soon as we get one.

Source: O'Reilly Media

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10 Comments

Shouldn't it be available in February 2013 instead of 2012?
I hope this book is really good, I'd be interested to learn Enyo and a good book would help :)
 
 

Years are stupid. We should get rid of them.

Years. If HP bought them, they'd be gone in weeks.

Don't worry, we'd totally get them back.

In the coming months...

[ if you could get +1's, i probably deserve 1 million for this comment ]

How about if I don't know [deleted] about computer programming? Still a good book? No, do not like to collect books.

Then you should probably start by learning something about JavaScript.

It's only 60 pages per the O'Reilly description? I was expecting something the size of Learning Perl (or Practical Palm Pre webOS Projects, the book on Mojo and has lots of aggravating errors, but apparently better than the one written by Mitch Allen). And it seems it's digital only. I'd like a print version, though at the same price, if possible.

That pre-order is, actually, for the print copy.Alternatively, if you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, I'd recommend pre-ordering it there with next-day delivery for $3.99 or free 2-day shipping (I pre-ordered it w/next-day delivery)

Sounds good. It will be longer though, right?

(Update: ETA is now January.)

Surely this book should be an ebook and less than $5?