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PreCentral: New Enyo Developer Directory to hook up idea people with developer people

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New Enyo Developer Directory to hook up idea people with developer people

The Enyo application framework is good for more than just webOS apps - it's been purposefully designed to be almost entirely platform agnostic, allowing developers to create apps that target tablets and smartphones and desktops and browsers alike with little modification. We don't want to stereotype too much here, but we know there are a lot of developers out there looking for an idea, and a lot of idea people out there looking for a developer to make their app.

The Enyo JS team at HP/Gram wants to help hook up those idea people and developer types, so this week they launched the Enyo Developer Directory. It's exactly what you might think - a directory of developers that are experienced with the creation of Enyo apps. At launch the Enyo directory includes just twelve developers from across the United States and Europe, but like any good directory they want to expand it to have more names listed. So check out the list, and if you think you're the kind of developer that should be included in this lofty company, shoot the Enyo team a note.

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