Adobe AIR for JavaScript Developers Pocketguide

This book is the official guide to Adobe AIR, written by members of the AIR team. With Adobe AIR, web developers can use technologies like HTML and JavaScript to build and deploy web applications to the desktop. Packed with examples, this book is targeted at building AIR applications with JavaScript and explains how AIR works
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Adobe Announces Full Releases of AIR, Flex 3, and Blaze DS

Adobe today will bolster its “Platform for Rich Internet Apps” with the full release of a trio of developer tools. Each of the tools Adobe is releasing is either free or open source. Along with the boost to Adobe’s RIA platform, a number of companies are also announcing applications built on Adobe’s cross platform system
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Adobe AIR: 10 reasons to love it, 10 reasons to hate it

Today I came across this post from Tim Anderson at his blog in which he describes the pros and cons of this new technology. Here it is: In essence, AIR is the Flash player supplemented by additional features to enable applications that are not browser-hosted, but installed as desktop applications. AIR is great for some
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