ignore the code: Please Steal These webOS Features


92 bookmarks. First posted by jlancaster february 2012.


There's a lot of interesting points in here that I may explore with our Android or iOS app. (via )
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april 2012 by drunkengrass
RT : WebOS, truly the Amiga of the 2010's.
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april 2012 by maks
“Please Steal These webOS Features” — http://t.co/RQiKc9u1 Great article by @lkm. Somehow I missed it when it was first published.
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april 2012 by toolmantim
Please Steal These webOS Features When Apple introduced the first iPad in 2010, I bought one immediately. I didn’t know what I’d use it for, but I was sure that I would find some use for…
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april 2012 by vellum
RT : WebOS, truly the Amiga of the 2010's.
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april 2012 by jmck
As the name says and as I have experienced, there are lots of golds in WebOS, even for today.
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march 2012 by likidu
Of course, this article doesn’t list all of the amazing things webOS does. These are just some of the things that made it easier for me to do actual work on a TouchPad, compared to an iPad. But there’s a lot more webOS does right. For example, I really love the way you develop applications for webOS. And I actually think that the Veer is a pretty great phone.6
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march 2012 by gr
Dear Apple, Please Steal These webOS Features for iOS
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march 2012 by hklarsen
Aside: I don’t think either webOS or Windows Phone 7 (even with contracts) «solve» the «documents problem» on mobile devices, though. Documents should not be relegated into applications. Documents should be a first-level OS concept, the same way apps are. Document management, including document creation, should be handled by the system.
webOS  windows-phone  iOS  android  comparison  by:lukas-mathis  Finder 
march 2012 by yangmeyer
So why was it so easy for me to use the TouchPad for work, but not the iPad? I think it’s because there are a number of things the TouchPad does that make it more suitable for work.

Now that it is becoming increasingly obvious that HP won’t do anything useful with webOS, it’s time to start stealing the things it does well. Here are some of these things.
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february 2012 by Felipe
Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by judson
Please steal these WebOS features
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february 2012 by nschaden
because there are a number of things the TouchPad does that make it mor
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february 2012 by crankyuser
Great writeup — Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by jurb
ignorethecode.net
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february 2012 by kstewart
(smartphone/tablet makers,) Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by lemay
Interesting comments on how to improve iOS
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february 2012 by Oli5000
Tu klávesnici s autokorekcí chci v iOS taky!! http://t.co/fruo0Lh4 #webOS
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february 2012 by coltcha
I was really sad to see Palm and webOS killed off, because it was the one mobile OS which really attempted to raise the bar and explore new ideas (unlike some robot-related ones I could name). WebOS paradigms such as "open apps as a deck of cards" and "flick away to close" are just the sort of ideas that should have brought new, real life to mobile devices of all stripes.
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february 2012 by stray
RT : Linkage: Apple, please steal* these webOS features (*well, improve on) >> Ignore The Code
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february 2012 by savs
"Please steal these features" from
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february 2012 by yitznewton
Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by cgranier
guardiantech, (guardiantech) Apple, please steal* these webOS features (*well, improve on) >> Ignore The Code: Lukas Mathis gives a compelling listing of why webOS is better than the iPad for all sorts of daily tasks. He's completely right - the TouchPad was the great missed chance in the world of tablets, but its software is what made it so great, and these are all features that should be in any tablet interface.
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february 2012 by schmitz
Lukas Mathis gives a compelling listing of why webOS is better than the iPad for all sorts of daily tasks. He's completely right - the TouchPad was the great missed chance in the world of tablets, but its software is what made it so great, and these are all features that should be in any tablet interface.
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february 2012 by guardiantech
WebOS, truly the Amiga of the 2010's.
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february 2012 by remrks
WebOS, truly the Amiga of the 2010's.
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february 2012 by navitronic
bissl input für eventuelle ipad diskussionen;
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february 2012 by andifoerster
Lukas Mathis (Please Steal These webOS Features) (via Instapaper)
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february 2012 by nickcope
Features from webOS
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february 2012 by marksbren
Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by pesh2000
Widgets on Android are also nice.
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february 2012 by Membranophonist
Please copy these WebOS features
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february 2012 by wrightak
Alternative to tabs for a mobile enviornment, operating systems design for handheld devices.
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february 2012 by iiridayn
The TouchPad is still far and away my favorite tablet, way more than iPad. Here's what Apple should take from it. http://t.co/aPjbHzZB
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february 2012 by dannystewart
Please Steal These webOS Features - Pravi tekst, iliti muke po iOS-u -
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february 2012 by cvladan
Please Steal These webOS Features When Apple introduced the first iPad in 2010, I bought one immediately. I didn’t know what I’d use it for, but I was sure that I would find some use for…
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february 2012 by yuxhuang
RT : Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by felix
RT : Please Steal These webOS Features
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february 2012 by deadlyicon
Lukas Mathis with an excellent analysis of the best WebOS had to offer in the UI department.
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february 2012 by gordonbrander
Ignore the Code has an excellent summary of the things webOS does better than iOS:
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february 2012 by mieky
This post totally nails it. "Please Steal These WebOS Features".
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february 2012 by cmenscher