HP announced in December 2011, that webOS will be going open source with the resources of HP behind it. WebOS will be rebranded Open webOS 1.0 and the transition has now begun with the release of Enyo, the company’s JavaScript application framework. HP has released a roadmap detailing exactly how that’s going to happen, you can find it here.

There are two versions of Enyo currently available:

Enyo 2, released in January 2012, takes Enyo beyond webOS. It doesn’t yet include a UI package, but features a tight, cross-platform core that will serve as the foundation for future Enyo development, supporting libraries and add-ons of all kinds.


Enyo 1 was released in 2011 and used to build the apps for the HP TouchPad. It featured a set of beautiful, responsive UI widgets, but was dependent on WebKit, optimized specifically for TouchPad, and originally licensed only for use on webOS.

Want to get involved with Enyo?

  • Report bugs and request features in the Enyo issue tracker on GitHub.
  • Support the Enyo developers, answer questions in the forums.
  • Spread the word
  • Build and share your own Enyo add-ons.


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