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webOS Developer Day - Saturday's video roundup

by Adam Marks Mon, 22 Nov 2010 10:08 am EST

Day 2 of webOS Developer Day started off strong with the keynote address by Ben & Dion, Phil McKinney and Joe Hayashi, and ended by dropping a huge bomb (in a good way) with a sneak peak of Enyo, the next generation webOSframework that will really propel webOS capabilities and development to the next level. And in between, there was a long, fun filled day of presentations, demonstrations, Pre 2 giveaways, extreme hackery and just a whole lot of fun. As with Friday's sessions, all of the videos have been uploaded to Palm's YouTube site, but we have summarized all for you them below.

Catch all the links after the break!

webOS Developer Day NYC 2010 - Welcome and Keynote
Speakers: Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, Founders, Set Direction
Phil McKinney, CTO, Personal Systems Group, HP
Joe Hayashi, VP, webOS Tools and Platform, HP

Marketing Your Apps: The Business of webs Development
Speaker: Joe Hayashi, VP, webs Platform and Tools, HP
Description: Reviewing guidelines, best practices, and recommendations for successfully taking your app to market, and taking a look at upcoming enhancements to the webOS App Catalog.

Hybrid Apps and Cross-Platform Development Using the PDK
Speakers: Ben Combee, Sr. Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Jelte Liebrand, Sr. Engineer, Quickoffice
Sam Clegg, Lead Developer, Airplay SDK
Description: Hybrid apps allow the developer to unlock the best of both browser interfaces and native mobile components. Using HTML5 and JavaScript, browsers can access a phone's built-in features like contacts, camera, and calendar. The HP webOS PDK enables developers to use third-party engines and libraries to develop C/C++ apps for webOS and other mobile platforms. In this session, Ben Combee explains two options for cross-platform development and discusses the impacts and advantages of each. Engineers from Quickoffice and Airplay present case studies on how they leveraged their code and assets to bring rich immersive games and applications to webOS and other platforms.

webOS Under the Hood: Optimizing Performance
Speaker: Greg Simon, Sr. Director, webOS Platform, HP
Description: Review the browser and JavaScript engines that power webOS, learning how those engines are configured on the device and how to optimize performance on webOS.

Cross-Platform Web Development with PhoneGap
Speakers: Brian LeRoux, Nitobi
Description: A walk-through of Nitobi's popular PhoneGap project courtesy of lead architect Brian Leroux, creator of XUI and Lawnchair. Get tips on developing effective mobile web apps and learn how you can use your web programming skills to bridge mobile platform gaps.

webOS Developer Day - Lightning Rounds
Description: A handful of our talented developers each showcase an app and talk about the experience of developing for webOS in five-minute lightning-round presentations. Speakers include:

  • Jeremy Thomas: Creator of the exquisitely crafted Twitter client Bad Kitty
  • Geoff Gauchet: Father of the webOS Foursquare app and a little idea he calls neato!
  • James Harris: Quiz master extraordinaire of FlashCards
  • Brian Haeffner: Master of productivity with Done!, Noted!, and Myles
  • NiteOwl, winners of the Amped hack day cross-platform challenge in Atlanta last month.

Cross-Platform Webs Apps Panel
Moderators: Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, Founders, Set Direction
Panelists: Brian LeRoux, PhoneGap
Charles Jolly, Strobe
Dave Balmer, Jo Project
Greg Avola, Untappd LLC
Description: This session presents unique insights into solutions to cross-platform fragmentation.

webOS 2.0 Features and Implementation for Facebook
Speakers: Gray Norton, Sr. Product Manager, SW Platform & Tools, HP
Kevin Decker, Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Description: Kevin and Gray take turns introducing some great new 2.0 platform features and discuss when and how innovations such as Just Type, Card Stacks and Exhibition can be easily implemented to improve the experience of any application,

Frameworks Landscape Survey
Speaker: Dave Balmer, Sr. Software Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Josh Marinacci, Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Description: This session takes you on a tour of three of our favorite Javascript toolkits including PhoneGap, JQuery Mobile and Jo and provides a landscape perspective on how to decide which one is right for you.

Introduction to node.js and JavaScript Services on webOS
Speaker: Kevin Hague, Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Description: This session covers basics of JavaScript services, including service interfaces, service lifecycle and a basic service example. Advanced topics include debugging, application packaging, and more node.js topics such as web services and file I/O.

Rockstar Apps with HTML5
Speaker: Dave Balmer, Sr. Software Engineer, Developer Relations, HP
Description: Learn some of the most practical ways to create more engaging, robust apps by incorporating animation, sound, and trickery. The techniques demonstrated show how a little bit of JavaScript and some clever CSS3 can add some sizzle and make your apps more appealing to the end user.

First Look at Enyo, Next Generation webOS App Framework
Speakers: Matthew McNulty, Director, webOS Tools and Frameworks, HP
Scott Miles, Principal Architect, Ares and Enyo, HP
Description: This session offers a sneak peek of what's next for JavaScript development on webOS. Learn about the benefits of the next-generation framework and its impact on webOS developers, with a brief demonstration of Enyo

Source: Palm's YouTube Channel