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Subject: Enyo

Workshop: Building cross-platform, mobile Javascript Applications with EnyoJS

Enyo is an open source object-oriented JavaScript framework emphasizing encapsulation and modularity. Enyo contains everything you need to create a fast, scalable and cross-platform mobile or web applications.

Enyo powers webOS, and was designed from the beginning to be fast and work great on mobile devices. Enyo runs on almost everything, from phones to tablets to desktop browsers, and you can target Windows Desktop, Chrome App Store and various mobile operating systems. You are developing with Enyo in your well known environment, the Browser and its powerful Developer Tools.

Topics:

◦What is EnyoJS?
◦Framework Comparison
◦Explore the Basic Concepts
◦Combine Enyo and PhoneGap
◦Build you first Enyo App
◦The Enyo Community

Attendees should be somewhat familiar with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to get the biggest benefit. Visit enyojs.com to download the lastest version and be ready to be inspired.

What to bring:
◦JavaScript editor or IDE of your choice.
◦Modern browser
◦Lastest copy of Enyo (www.enyojs.com)
◦SDK of the mobile platform of your choice (webOS, iOS, Android, Blackberry, WP7)

To get into the spirit of working with the framework, read about Xtuple's recent experience and be inspired by the ease of Enyo. 

Markus Leutwyler Markus Leutwyler  Working for European webOS Developer Relations, Markus is involved with webOS and the Enyo Framework daily. He loves working with other Developers and anything Web, Mobile and Technology related in general. He has a passion for communities, open-source, music and how technology affects our live. Markus twitters as @twtomcat
 When: Monday, 15th of October, 2012