One of the top todo items for Palm has been sound in the emulator. If you’re a developer you’ve probably noticed this line in your log file before: Error: file:///var/usr/palm/applications/com.dynaptic.matchem/index.html Error: service request: com.palm.audio is not running. This error message got me to wondering the other night so I started poking around using Novaterm. In [...]
Wednesday was the final day of the Sprint Open Developers Conference. The day included two keynote speeches and some breakout sessions. I’ll wrap up everything with my thoughts on the conference. Note: This is the third part of my coverage of the conference, don’t miss parts one and two. The morning began with a very [...]
The second day at Sprint’s Open Developer Conference is done. It was another exhausting but fulfilling day. Today’s events had little to do with Palm so there won’t be too much to report from that angle. I did get to meet with many great Palm people at the booth they set up in the exhibit [...]
Sprint’s Open Developer Conference is taking place this week in Santa Clara, California. I had the opportunity to attend this event, which is sponsored by Palm and HTC. This morning featured a number of sessions about webOS. I have been ‘live-tweeting’ the conference from the twitter account, so tune in if you’re interested in finding [...]
Another Wednesday has snuck up on us. This last week brought us more confirmation that the Pre will be picked up by Verizon in 2010. Palm unveiled some new ways to check out apps in the App Catalog, which now number 228. The Pre 101 empire launched a new site for those interested in programming [...]
The Pre has officially launched on the other side of the pond. The last week saw launch parties in Germany and England and a full launch in Spain. A new Palm Pre book was released. Many new apps appeared in the App Catalog. Without further ado:
Last week I had the opportunity to have a chat with Dennis Wilkins, author of the webOS Twitter app Twee. Dennis and I got to discuss his new apps, webOS and the future of his company Delicious Morsel.
Another Wednesday has drawn to a close and things have definitely been happening for Palm. The last seven days has brought us webOS 1.2.1, paid apps in the App Catalog and an entirely new direction for Palm developers. There were a few other things of note, such as a news of Flash Player 10.1 and [...]
Palm has let forth the next batch of applications. This is the first update to include paid applications. Appearing today, briefly, were approximated 29 new applications or updated applications. This now bring the total number of applications up to about 125. However, a problem with the App Catalog’s paid apps caused them to be pulled [...]
We’ve heard for a while that Flash Player will be coming to webOS. We had heard that it would be arriving this year. Now, Adobe reveals their plan for Flash Player 10.1. Read on for more about Flash Player 10.1 and a demo video showing it running on a Palm Pre.