Several months after an early access program, Palm has now launched the Mojo SDK (Software Development Kit) to the public.
In consequence, anyone who’s interested can register to the Palm Developer website and download the SDK, plus the related documentation.
The Mojo SDK availability will most probably result in a huge number of new applications for Palm’s WebOS platform – however, App Catalog submissions will be accepted only starting this fall.
(Pandora on the WebOS)
Palm’s App Catalog is already hugely successful – reportedly, more than 1.8 million WebOS applications have been downloaded since June 6 (when the Palm Pre was launched in the US by Sprint).
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