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xTuple TechMeetup: The Enyo JavaScript framework

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Last week Roy Sutton, developer relations engineer at Hewlett Packard's Enyo group, dropped by the xTuple home office. Roy presented Enyo, the JavaScript development framework, to xTuplers and to developers from other companies here in Norfolk Virginia's downtown innovation corridor.

Enyo, originally developed for the HP TouchPad, has been updated to work on all modern browsers, mobile and desktop. It is not just another JavaScript framework; its a powerful tool for building web-based applications that are fast, sophisticated and able to run on tablets, mobile phones and desktop web browsers. Enyo is a key component in xTuple's own mobile web strategy.

The full presentation is available here and at the xTuple channel on YouTube.

 

 

xTuple's open source repository for the new Mobile Web app is available at http://xtuple.github.io/

For further reference, visit John Rogelstad's blog post on Enyo, A Shorter Letter and http://EnyoJS.com.

BC Wilson

Director Cloud Services
With the explosive movement of cloud strategies, BC was promoted to director of cloud services in 2014. Previously, he oversaw operations and hiring of managers for critical lines of business for the Product Management Group, driving return on investment (ROI) for all xTuple products and managed ongoing engineering and development of the xTuple Classic GUI product, including all customer-sponsored enhancements, as well as the xTuple Web Portal product. Prior to xTuple, BC was a senior product manager for Trader Electronic Media, where he directed the development of websites for the classified advertising market. He has also worked as a partner in a web design agency, and a content producer for the Road Runner and Starband broadband service providers. BC began his career as a writer and editor for the Ziff Davis computer magazines. He holds a B.A. in Theology from Georgetown University, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Old Dominion University. In 2012, BC was appointed as a commissioner of Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails in Norfolk, Virginia.