True to its word, HP has officially started releasing the webOS source code. The company said late last year that it would open source the mostly-failed platform so the community could continue to work on it. HP itself has pledged to continue contributing to the project as well. Today’s release included the Enyo application framework, and the rest of the platform will be released over the coming months, with a few surprises along the way.
HP also says it is still looking at all existing webOS devices to see if updates are feasible. The TouchPad seems sure to live on, but perhaps even Pre, Pixi, and Veer owners have a shot. What do you see in Open webOS’ future?