Lots of new features ahead of launch of Pre 3, Veer and TouchPad.
Developers in the 'Early Access' program can access the webOS 3.0 SDK from today, with HP promising a stack of new goodies such as:
* Enyo, the new framework that supports new and future webOS form factors
* The ability to everage core webOS features like Just Type, Synergy, Exhibition and more
* The chance to reference new UI components, layouts and application examples
* Guidance on app structuring, design and navigation for TouchPad
HP's big story here is that the new version of webOS moves the platform much closer to its ultimate dream of linking multiple and very diverse devices seamlessly via the cloud.
Its blog said: "Developing for webOS now puts you in a position to deliver innovative apps to potentially millions of devices every year."
HP bought Palm last year but it's been a little quiet since then. However, it did announce the three new devices in January, which will be out by the summer.
Then we'll see not just what the OS can do, but also how serious HP is about marketing them.
You can mail firstname.lastname@example.org to join the program and get the SDK.