After all this time, I am finally able to go all the way from writing an Enyo app to getting it installed and launching on real webOS TV hardware. I started this journey July 2013. To be fair, I was able to do almost everything I needed to do in a web browser and with […]
It has been a while since I wrote anything on the ol’ blog, so I figured I would spend a little time doing just that while I have some spare cycles. 2012 was a busy year for me and 2013 promises continued business. There were a couple of not-so-bright spots for me in 2012:
I’ve been experimenting with various integration scenarios for Enyo. Sticking with what I have worked on so far, I decided to try my hand at writing a WordPress widget that displays an Enyo application. You can see the results in the […]
I used to play MUDs, a lot, and so I’ve decided to try my hand at writing my own from scratch in Node.js. I expect it to be a very simplistic implementation while I learn the finer points of writing servers. I have a grand vision, though, of having the entirety of the MUD be […]
In case you were wondering if this is possible, it is. And it’s pretty simple, as well.
The first thing to do is modify your theme’s header.php file to include enyo.js. For example, I am using the PageLines theme and here is how I modified my header.php:
… <script src="/enyo/enyo.js"></script> <link href="/enyo/enyo.css" rel="stylesheet"></link> </head> […]
I thought I should write up what I consider to be one of the greatest webOS success stories to date: mine.
Back when this all started for me in June 2009, I had never written software more complicated than a simple shell script or possibly a UI to an Access database in Visual Basic for […]
I’ll be going to the webOS Meetup in Dallas this weekend. The organizer (@TeckieGirl on Titter) is giving away a Pre 3 and a couple of Veers. I’ll probably have a few words to say about Enyo or perhaps a short demonstration. I’ll also be happy to try and […]
I started it a couple of weeks ago as an experiment to check the feasibility of running […]