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    Here's one for you seasoned developers out there, is using the Ares IDE a good start to learn on this platform or do you think it's better to start from and build up your first app from scratch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbohsp View Post
    Here's one for you seasoned developers out there, is using the Ares IDE a good start to learn on this platform or do you think it's better to start from and build up your first app from scratch?
    ares is a great place to start...and stay if you want. I have only found a few slight limitations but they truly are negligable. You will be able to do 95% of the things you can do with the eclipse plugin.

    some things require a few tricks to get it to work in ares but just use the forums and we will help.

    good luck,

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    I've been using Ares is make an app that will expand polynomial factors. When I started this project I didn't have much, if any experience with javascript/HTML/CSS, although I did have experience with other languages. With Ares, I've found I can worry less about the WebOS framework and more about the actual code.
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    i made a bunch of apps before ares was available. trying to go from the SDK to ares didn't work when i looked into it. just much more comfortable being able to control everything.
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