Wednesday, 6 July 2011

HP TouchPad, allows JavaScript and C++ web development

HP launched TouchPad, a tablet based on webOS 3.0 , the Linux-based operating system. Developers use the SDK to write JavaScript applications that are later converted into HTML that can run into a WebKit browser window, be it the webOS browser or a WebKit desktop browser such as Google Chrome or Apple Safari.
For those not happy with JavaScript development the PDK (Plug-in Development Kit) offers the option to create C/C++ applications that are converted into browser plug-ins, or even JavaScript-C/C++ hybrid applications

You will need Java and VirtualBox preinstalled

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