webOS MOCHI hints the future of mobile MULTITASKING. Now is Open Source.
What we all know at this time so far about multitasking is that you can have cards of the apps you have opened running on the background and also you can discard them at your will just swiping them out.
This was the first mobile multitasking way innovated by Palm when the company launched the first Palm Pre smartphone in 2009 at CES.
Today 2014 most of the mobile OS multitask as webOS does. webOS is now working on the new LG webOS Smart TVs just launched at CES 2014.
Before HP made webOS an Open Source software multitasking with webOS reached a new phase with STACKS cards that you can move and put over another card , but that was not all Palm webOS developers did, in HP the team continue working and arrived to a new extraordinary phase with webOS multitasking calling it MOCHI.
What is webOS redesigned MOCHI?
Expanded "cards" so that you could swap in multiple panes at once for multitasking.
Watch the video below to have a real idea of webOS MOCHI:
What enjoyjs developers say about MOCHI?
If you want to get a closer look at Mochi, you can check out the new Wiki and the documentation full of assets the team created for the updated operating system. As well as images of tools like buttons and sliders, the documentation includes working samples, including a very fun multi-colored activity indicator.
We hope some day LG Electronics will embrace webOS Mochi for new smartphones and tablets, as well as the full webOS features package that was and is ahead of others mobile OS.