This article discusses some of the best practices for developing AIR applications that work well on all supported platforms and operating systems. You also get to know what Functionalities, Classes that are supported or not supported on different operating systems.
Charles Ward of Adobe walks you through some of the best practices to be considered during the development stage.
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AIR application HTTP authentication doesn’t work on Windows when opened from a secondary window.Well thats a bug (https://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/SDK-18225) !! Marc on his blog Marc’s Musings writes a step by step approach on how they were able to do an work around to fix the issue.
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Nice article on how to synchronize a SQLite database and server database for offline access.Andre de Cavaignac blogs about row-based and field-based synchronization and gives an idea on how to Synchronizing SQLite Databases With The Server using Adobe AIR
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Thought of posting some links on Mashups using Adobe AIR.
In web development, a mashup is a application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool.
Jack Herrington writes on how to create a mashup using Yahoo Music API using Adobe AIR.Now play with a data source containing musicians, bands, album listings, and videos
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David Tucker writes about 10 common issues adobe air developers face during the development of adobe air applications. He discusses about Platform specific applications, Update Capability, Changing Application ID, Plan for offline support, Custom chrome interface related issues, Usage of Badge, Importance of data encryption, Native Interaction, Issues related to performance
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