The cloud has long been a key part of the web ecosystem, and it’s something that webOS developers have been working on for some time.
But there’s also been a push towards making the webOS webapp as flexible as possible.
And if you’re building a mobile app, it’s even possible to do that too.
There’s no need to reinvent the wheel.
And it makes for a better user experience, too.
But we’re here to break down what you need to know about webOS, and we’ve got some useful resources for you to take home.
If you want to dive in right away, we recommend you check out the following topics: What is webOS?
Where can I learn more about web development?
What webOS apps do I need to make?
What is a web app?
What are the web standards?
How do you build a web application?
Where do I get help building an app?
How to create a webapp in the browser?
What’s a web browser?
How can I get started with the web?
What tools are needed to build an app on the web and run it?
Are there any limitations on the cloud?
Is the web platform open source?
Are I in the right position to be a web developer?
How much of a web user is this?
What does webOS look like in a virtual machine?
How does it work?
How many web apps does it support?
What features does the web have?
How fast does the browser run?
What can I use the browser to do?
How is the web stack different from other web platforms?
What resources are available on the Web platform?
How secure is web platform?
What platforms are supported?
What browsers are supported on the platform?
Why are there restrictions on webOS development?
Are webOS-specific APIs open source and available on other platforms?
How long does it take to build webOS applications?
What kinds of features do webOS have?
Can you use webOS to make games?
How good is the HTML5 and CSS3 support?
Is there a cross-platform development environment?
What languages are supported and what frameworks are supported for webOS platforms?
Can I build web apps using the WebKit framework?
Can web apps be used in a browser?
Does the web run on Android?
Can a web service run on iOS?
Is this a good idea for me?
How easy is it to set up a new web application using webOS and how do I use it?
Can mobile apps run on the mobile web?
Can browsers be built using WebKit?
How well does it perform?
Does it work on different types of browsers?
How safe is the mobile Web stack?
Can the Web stack be modified?
Can there be cross-device web apps?
How useful is the app?
Can apps be built with the latest webOS features?
How often does web development get updated?
Can WebOS-based apps be modified for mobile?
Can app stores be built?
How easily can I update apps?
What happens when an app breaks?
What do web apps do when I try to make changes to them?
How quickly does the mobile version of the Web become the mobile app version?
What will happen if someone tries to break my app?
Are you ready to get started?
Are your app ready for release?
Is your app on top of the platform stack?
Are any of the APIs open and open source, or proprietary?
Are they compatible with other web browsers?
Are APIs open to third-party developers?
Is a web framework supported on other web platform platforms?
Do you have an app available for public consumption?
Is it open source or free to use?
How soon can I expect to release an app to the platform and how much will it cost?
Can my app be used for testing purposes?
How far does it need to go before it’s ready to be released?
Can an app run on Windows?
Can iOS apps be supported on Windows Phone?
Does an app need to be built for the Mac?
Does a web site need to work on a different platform?
Can developers build web applications on Linux?
Is WebKit open source for developers?
Are apps compatible with HTML5?
Can HTML5 applications run on Linux and Windows?
How stable is WebKit on Windows 8?
Is HTML5 support in Web apps stable on Windows RT?
Is Java support in the Web platforms stable?
Can we use a tool like webpack to package web apps into HTML5 apps?
Can third-parties be used to build Web apps on the platforms?
Is an app that doesn’t support a browser in the platform stable?
How difficult is it for web developers to make the web work for them?
Is webOS capable of running on multiple platforms?
Are browsers support on multiple versions of the browser stack?
How hard is it? Does HTML5