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The webOS Wish List: Browser CSS font support
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by Derek Kessler
Mar 28, 2012
As a website, on of our favorite advancements in web technology has been the adoption of server-stored CSS fonts. Here on webOS Nation, for example, we make liberal use of the ITC Lubalin Graph font...
Enyo
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 29, 2012
Squeaking in just under the February deadline (thank goodness for that extra day, eh?) is the promised release this month for the Enyo 2.0 user interface widgets. The release, as noted on the EnyoJS...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 02, 2011
If you’d asked us a few months ago if we saw Microsoft’s flagship Windows desktop operating system as a potential candidate for being in competition with webOS, we’d have laughed. But today we’re...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 04, 2011
Join PreCentral member jbg7474 as he dives head first into webOS app development... Ever thought about how cool it would be to write apps for your phone? I have. You would hardly be human if you...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 15, 2010
It’s a question we’ve been pondering for a while, and with much more intensity in recent days: does Google care about Palm webOS? It is something we have to wonder about, with Google Maps on...
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by Dieter Bohn
Nov 05, 2009
  Update: As we secretly feared, everybody read a little too much into the notes posted up at Ajaxian. From their update: We don’t comment on our specific SDK plans, and while we are personally...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 13, 2009
Our friend Marco went out to the preDevCamp at Palm HQ in Sunnyvale, California, and lucky us, he took a video camera and blogged it up (mad props to you, mate!). Aside from some delicious-...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 02, 2009
Pre week is here, so that means its time for all the tech pundits to strap on their thinking caps can come up with provocative things to write about the Palm Pre. There are two camps that these...
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by Derek Kessler
May 28, 2009
It wasn't just D7 with Pre action, it also popped up yesterday at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco. The web developer get-together is all about web applications and standards, and of...