At the HP-Palm “Developer Day” this past weekend, Palm announced its new application network named Enyo after the Greek goddess of war. According to Palm the network loads apps faster and is more flexible and is easier to use.
According to HP-Palm’s press release the network will include the following features:
- Support for multiple form factors/aspect ratios
- Faster performance
- Modern, modular design – easier to maintain and reuse code
- Will work great with Ares (Palm’s UI builder tool, named after the Greek god of war) – it’s built by the same team and has common roots.
- Hardware acceleration built-in
- Browser-based development
This news gives further credit to Palm launching a tablet device which runs webOS 2.0 following Jon Rubenstein, Palm’s CEO announcement of their plans to launch a number of Web OS devices including phones, printers and tablet computers at this years Web 2.0 confernce in San Francisco.