The webOS CONNECT event in London saw HP announcing the availability of webOS 3.0 beta for developers who are also participating in its Early Access program. This SDK will come with full support for HP’s new Enyo apps framework, which will comprise of hardware acceleration, browser-based development, better performance, and support for HTML 5 standards amongst others. The Early Access program will also be pretty easy to access if you are a true blue webOS developer. For those who are not in the know, the webOS 3.0 operating system will be the engine that runs the HP TouchPad, so with more developers gaining access to webOS 3.0 beta, we can only be excited about what the future will bring for the platform. Can HP knock this one out of the park?
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