WebOS’ Enyo 2.0 dev platform goes cross-platform, adopts Apache license

HP announced a roadmap for its Linux-based WebOS operating system, which will be released under an open source Apache 2.0 license in September. HP also released an Apache-licensed version 2.0 of its Enyo Javascript development framework for WebOS, adding cross-platform app development across Android, iOS, and desktop browsers.

HP announced in early December that it would be spinning off its proprietary Linux-based WebOS mobile operating system as an open source project. Now it has followed up with a detailed roadmap of WebOS-related code releases over the coming months — culminating with a WebOS open source beta release in August and a final due in September.

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