Openbravo Mobile ships an Enyo custom build, based on the bootplate distribution.
The bootplate contents is splitted in two parts:
- Enyo core + libs (layout, onyx, notification)
- Build tools
The main idea is to ship as part of Openbravo Mobile (org.openbravo.client.mobile) the necessary code to run Enyo based applications, and leave the developer build tools in a separate repository (org.openbravo.client.mobile.dev)
The build tool is based on nodejs http://nodejs.org.
If using Ubuntu it can be installed from repositories:
sudo apt-get install nodejs
Note that nodejs version should be >=0.6, if the installed version from repositories is lower, you will need to install it from sources.
Steps to upgrade Enyo
- Download the bootplate distribution from: http://enyojs.com/get-enyo
- Extract the zip contents
- Download the Notification plugin from the Enyo community plugins http://enyojs.com/gallery/#MacFJA.Notification.
- Copy notifications directory in
web/org.openbravo.mobile.core/lib/vendor/) into lib folder
- Edit the file source/package.js file and remove the references to App.js and App.css
- Run the deploy.sh (tools/deploy.sh), and check the output folder from the
- Under the build folder, rename the app.js and app.css to lib.js and lib.css repectively
- Copy the enyo, lib, build folder contents to the module's web/org.openbravo.mobile.core folder
- The rest of the bootplate folder goes to the org.openbravo.client.mobile.dev
Example of the module folder structure
. ├── legal ├── lib ├── src ├── src-db └── web └── org.openbravo.client.mobile ├── assets ├── build ├── enyo ├── index.html ├── lib └── source
Details of the web/org.openbravo.client.mobile folder
. ├── assets # contains the list of asset files ├── build # the build folder from the custom build │ ├── enyo.css │ ├── enyo.js │ ├── lib.css │ └── lib.js ├── enyo # direct copy of the enyo folder from bootplate │ ├── enyo.js │ ├── loader.js │ └── source ├── index.html ├── lib # direct copy of the lib folder from bootplate │ ├── layout │ ├── notification │ ├── onyx │ └── vendor └── source # Application sources