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enyo - A JavaScript application framework emphasizing modularity and encapsulation

  •    Javascript

It's moved to https://enyojs.atlassian.net. This repository contains Enyo core. We've pared it down to the essentials, so folks can work at the metal. Widget sets, localization code, and other fancy bits are in separate repos.

build-webos - webOS OSE build layer

  •    Python

This repository contains the top level code that aggregates the various OpenEmbedded layers into a whole from which webOS OSE images can be built. Also, the bitbake sanity check will issue a warning if you're not running under Ubuntu 14.04 64bit LTS.

cordova-webos - Mirror of Apache Cordova webos

  •    Javascript

Cordova webOS is a skeleton webOS application, along with JavaScript wrapper libraries, which allow a developer to build an application for an LG webOS device using web technologies. This same code can be built for iPhone, BlackBerry, Symbian, and more to come ...You should have the webOS TV SDK installed, which installs the ares-sdk-tools which are used for packaging and device installation. For a detailed step-by-step installation and setup guide, see here.




ares-project - A browser-based code editor and UI designer for Enyo 2 projects.

  •    Javascript

Ares 2 is an open-source (Apache 2) browser-based code editor and UI designer for developing Enyo 2 applications. Applications made using Ares 2 rely on the Enyo highly portable web technology: they are cross-platform (Linux/Mac/Windows, Android,/iOS/WindowsPhone/Windows8/webOS, Chrome/IE/Firefox/Opera), cross-form-factors (Desktop, Phone, Tablet, TV… etc).

lgtv2mqtt - Interface between LG WebOS Smart TVs and MQTT :tv:

  •    Javascript

Topics and Payloads follow mqtt-smarthome Architecture. Enable or disable mute. Payload should be one off '0', '1', 'false' and 'true'.

node-red-contrib-lgtv - Node-RED Nodes to control LG webOS Smart TVs :tv:

  •    Javascript

For the initial configuration you then just need the Hostname or IP-Address of your TV and click Connect in the lgtv-config node. The token should be filled automatically on first connect. Note: After turning on the TV it takes ~25 seconds until the API is available.

chromium53 - Open source Chromium project used by webOS

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This repository contains the edition of the open source Chromium project used by webOS. Find more information about open source Chromium in Google's The Chromium Project page.


meta-webosose - Yocto layer for webOS

  •    BitBake

All metadata is MIT licensed unless otherwise stated. Source code included in tree for individual recipes is under the LICENSE stated in the associated recipe (.bb file) unless otherwise stated. License information for any other files is either explicitly stated or defaults to GPL version 2.

LGWebOSRemote - Command line webOS remote for LGTVs

  •    Python

Command line webOS remote for LGTVs. This tool uses a connection via websockets to port 3000 on newer LG TVs, there are other tools which use a restful connection to port 8080 however that port is closed on newer firmware versions. Tested with python 2.7 on mac/linux and works fine, your mileage may vary with windows, patches welcome.