Palm Looking to Expand Developer Access

June 22nd, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: WebOS | No Comments »

Palm-one One of the biggest complaints from both developers and consumers about the new WebOS, before and after the Pre launch, is the fact that there are hardly any apps and mobile games available.

As new developers hack their way into the OS in order to provide software, Palm has announced that it will widen up access to the official SDK. Palm plans to let thousands of new developers access the SDK over the coming week. By the end of this summer, the SDK should be available to every developer out there.

“Until you have the SDK, we encourage you to explore other public webOS resources, including the Rough Cuts edition of Mitch Allen’s upcoming book and the sites run by our great community of enthusiasts.”

Palm also announced their stance toward the hacking community;

“We’re focused on building a robust and easy-to-use Mojo SDK, and an ecosystem that benefits developers, end users, carriers and Palm alike. As on any popular platform, we recognize that some developers will experiment in ways that cross official boundaries, but we believe that our formal offerings

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