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Ares 2 gets a demo webcast all its own

Yesterday we showed you a presentation by HP's Kevin Schaaf at dotJS showing

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as the framework for your multi-platform app. But do you really want to do it all in code? Well, you might, but we don't. We've always been fans of the , though getting it updated to support Enyo 2 has been a process. If you're not familiar with Ares, it was and allowed developers to .

Ares 2.0 ended up on the with planned release of April 2012. The code for Ares 2 was at the end of April, but it was nowhere near complete, with the development process thrown all to hell by the a month prior. So Ares 2 was released to open source in spirit, but actually making use of it, that was months away still.

In the meantime, development has continued on Ares 2, albeit at a slow and steady pace. To demonstrate where Ares 2 currently stands, HP's Mark Bessey took to YouTube with a 13-minute Hello World-style demonstration of the app builder. And true to the original Mojo version, Ares 2 works with the same drag-and-drop principles. There's a difference, though: Ares 2 itself is an Enyo app. Yeah, you can now use an Enyo app to build an Enyo app.

Check out the video demo after the break.

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