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Want to develop webOS apps but can't be bothered building an interface from scratch? Enter Project Ares, Palm's browser-based development system with drag in drop UI, a code editor, visual debugger, and plenty for the aspiring webOS Developer. 

It's just exited Beta and officially has a one-point-oh moniker. Palm's even tacked on more functionality:

'Components, which are widgets that provide functionality, but without any user interface. The palette now contains the service calls, sensors, etc that are in the webOS SDK'

There's undo, redo, cut, copy, pase, JSLint, FeedList widgets for RSS, Google Maps wrappers, and plenty more. What are you waiting for, developers? Check it out.

Thanks, Marcel!