By Mitch Allen
Preferably this e-book could were a whole reference of the recent platformbut that wasn't attainable because the content material was once written even as asthe software program SDK was once being constructed by means of the Palm engineering group. The bookdoes offer a whole review of Palm webOS, an intensive description ofthe software version and offers information on many key layout suggestions. Thereare descriptions and examples of UI widgets, prone, storage,notifications, dashboards and historical past purposes, serving as a greatintroduction yet now not as a definitive resource.
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Starting with Chapter 8, you’ll find a full description of the general model and handling techniques, as well as enumeration of all the services and the details for using each one. 6 kernel, with a combination of open source and Palm components providing user space services, referred to as the Core OS. You won’t have any direct interaction with the Core OS, nor will the end users. Instead your access is through Mojo and the various services. Users interact with applications and the UI System Manager, which is responsible for the System UI.
Applications can have one or more stages, but typically the primary stage will correspond to the application’s card. Other stages might include a dashboard, a pop-up notification, or secondary cards for handling specific activities within the application. Refer to email as an example of a multistage application, where the main card holds the account lists and inbox, and displays the email contents, but new email messages are composed in a separate card to allow for switching between compose and other email activities.
Mojo events work within the DOM event model, but include support for listening to and generating custom Mojo event types and are stricter with parameters. The webOS Services work a bit differently, with registered callbacks instead of DOMstyle events, and are covered starting in Chapter 8. The event-driven model isn’t conventional to web development, but has been part of modern OS application design and derives from that. Storage Mojo supports the HTML 5 database APIs directly and provides high-level functions to support simple create, read, update, or delete (CRUD) operations on local databases.