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Enyo Enyo was short lived as the application framework for webOS and HP's ill-fated TouchPad tablet, but signs point to a longer and more prosperous career in cross-platform Web development. Enyo 2 is an object-oriented JavaScript framework that can be used to build HTML5/CSS apps that run in desktop and mobile browsers.

Enyo uses component-driven UIs and encapsulation to improve code reuse and simplify code maintenance. You'll find flexible layout components for views and transitions, and the Onyx UI toolkit offers up the standard palette of sliders, pickers, and progress bars. With a minified size of about 25K, Enyo packs some good capability in a lightweight package.

-- James R. Borck

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