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Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 2 edition (January 9, 2015)
Publication Date: January 9, 2015
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One of the problems with developing Web-based mobile applications is the near-infinite set of choices for frameworks, with a variety of goals and purposes. Without sampling a few of them it can be difficult to decide which is right for your project. This book is an excellent way to get up to speed quickly on Enyo.Enyo is a framework that was developed by Palm for WebOS, and it subsequently became an open source project supported by LG Electronics for use in their TVs and other products, as well as for use by anyone as an OS-independent framework for mobile apps. It is a good choice for apps that need a Web framework that was designed to provide consistent UI for a family of standard apps that come with a device, as well as 3rd party apps. Enyo isn't about mimicking iOS or Android native apps. Enyo is also an object-oriented framework, which is another aspect of Enyo that needs to be sampled before you decide to use it for your app development.Enyo: Up and Running is, like Enyo itself, concise, fast, and focused. The author works at LG on developer relations, so the information in this book is authoritative and up to date.
I have experience working with Enyo and wasn't sure how informative the book would be but I was still able to pick up some tips. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn Enyo.