HP Palm: WebOS Developer Portal

About the Case Study

Palm is a Californian manufacturer of PDAs and smartphones. The company was taken over by Hewlett-Packard in 2010 and has since been operating under the name HP Palm. The smartphone operating system HP webOS is the successor of Palm OS. webOS developers have their own platform for the further development of the operating system. The Developer Center offers information about the system, podcasts and videos, resources on various topics, an API guide, access to the developer community and much more.

Business Benefits

  • Extensive features for developers
  • Powerful platform
  • Customized content migrator

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Web CMS

Flexible and future-proof content management system based on Open Source software.

Web Portal

Seamless integration of the web portal into the extranet system for application developers.

Performance

Web concept based on HTML5 and CSS3 to meet the highest performance requirements.


Management Summary: Powerful, user-friendly developer portal

HP Palm chose an Open Source Content Management System (CMS) because of its performance and flexibility and AOE as its integrator. To switch to the new platform, several thousand pages including content had to be migrated. AOE developed a content migrator for this purpose. After a one-time configuration, the entire content could be transferred to the new platform at the click of a button. The solution also integrates the actual developer portal, developed in-house by HP Palm. Due to the seamless transition, the user does not recognize when he changes the system, especially since the navigation elements remain unchanged.

Fred Patton
We couldn’t be more pleased with our new Palm developer portal. An Open Source CMS and AOE were great recommendations.
Fred Patton
Editor-in-Chief
HP WebOS Developer Center

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