Zoey is a lightweight framework for developing mobile apps. It is small, customisable and features a range of UI components.

It is a HTML5-CSS3-powered framework for creating mobile apps, built on top of Zepto.js and weights only 6kb (gzipped).

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iUI is a mobile user interface framework consisting of a JavaScript library, CSS, and images for developing webapps for smartphones, tablets and iOs devices.

User interface with only iPhone in mind in the first place (reason of i UI). User interfaces to be created are iPhone-like yet compatible with most smartphones and tablets and has support for menus, forms, …

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First mobile framework on web Lungo.js. A framework, powered with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, for creating mobile web apps.

The applications created with it works in all of the popular platforms (iOS, Android, Blackberry and WebOs).

It has support for touch events like tap, double-tap or swipe and doesn’t use images (including the icons) as everything …

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The MobileESP project open source mobile visitor detecting utility, seeks to provide web site developers an easy-to-use andlightweight API for detecting whether visitors are using a mobile device, and if so, what kind. The APIs provide simple boolean results (“true” or “false”) for identifying individual device categories (such as iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Mobile), device capabilities (e.g., J2ME), …

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Developing mobile web applications is not so different and harder than developing standard websites. Even, considering the better support for the new HTML and CSS tags, it is sometimes easier.

However, debugging them is pretty hard as many features for that process doesn’t exist like viewing source code or JS errors generated by the mobile browser.

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Jo is an open source mobile application framework that is based on HTML5 .

It enables you to create for multiple platforms like webOS, iOS, Android, Symbian, Safari, Chrome and Dashboard Widgets.

The framework is small in size, ~8kb, without any dependencies and compatible with many other JS frameworks.

Jo is also compatible with PhoneGap and makes possible to create

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In a recent interview with CNBC, HP Executive Vice President of Personal Systems Group Todd Bradley revealed that HP will not manufacture any Windows Phone 7 handset. Instead, the Palo Alto, California-based company plans to take on the iPhone and Android devices exclusively with webOS, which HP obtained after it acquired Palm webOS based smartphones.
HP is one …

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While Google is not yet making official Buzz applications available for most mobile operating systems, the Mountain View-based company announced on its Official Google Mobile Blog today that its Google Buzz website for mobile devices is now available for more platforms including BlackBerry,  Nokia S60, Windows Mobile, Palm webOS, and even iterations of Android lowered than version 2.0

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Palm has released the SDK of its latest webOS update 1.4 so that developer can enjoy of the benefits of webOS 1.4.

It’s a bit different than the “developers get the new firmware first” mentality we’ve grown used to from those other guys, but Palm has now released the SDK for webOS 1.4.

The most important feature in this …

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In 2009 we were celebrating a little over 1100 applications on the official App Catalog. Now we are happy to announce that Palm Pre and Pixi owners have more then 1200 applications available for their webOS devices at this moment, with more on the way of course.

And just in case you have not noticed, Palm is bringing new …

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