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Palm shows off Ares at Open Mobile Summit

Palm shows off Ares at Open Mobile Summit

Recently Palm took the time to demonstrate a new web-based development environment at the Open Mobile Summit conference in San Francisco. This development environment called “Ares” is designed to be a faster way to create webOS applications with a nice drag-and-drop interface. Ares is created to help the many web developers out there make the

Recently Palm took the time to demonstrate a new web-based development environment at the Open Mobile Summit conference in San Francisco. This development environment called “Ares” is designed to be a faster way to create webOS applications with a nice drag-and-drop interface.

Ares is created to help the many web developers out there make the leap to becoming developers of applications for the mobile platform. Included will be debugging and also a mechanism for the sharing of APIs and libraries among developers.

Ares will be available through Palm’s developer site for both the Pre and the Pixi be the end of this year. Palm has really been on the ball this year, this is the first that we have heard of such a development environment and it is not far away from reaching our end.  Ares is really quite quick and easy from a developer’s standpoint so we should be seeing a healthy switch for developers from web apps to mobile apps.

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