Create data driven Adobe AIR application

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Nice practical hands on tutorial found on for beginners on how to create data driven Adobe AIR application.

The tutorial walks you through step by step on how to use SQLite Database with adobe AIR application.

SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. Learn more about it @

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75 Adobe AIR javascript samples

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Kevinhoyt has released 75 Adobe AIR Javascript source files. These examples focus on showing usage of Adobe AIR API’s for Javascript. The source files can be found on various categories like clipboard copy paste , add drag and drop, file copy paste , database, localstore, network and more.

Very good resource for any one to start learning on Adobe AIR apis and its usage :)

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Simple Copy Paste in Adobe AIR

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Adobe AIR clipboard class allows you to copy data and objects through clipboard. The operating system clipboard can be accessed by generalClipboard property.

Data to the clipboard can be added by setData() or setDataHandler method and to retrive Data from clipboard use getData()


Clipboard.generalClipboard.setData(ClipboardFormats.TEXT_FORMAT,"some Text value to clipboard");

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Adobe AIR 1.5 now available for Linux

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Adobe announces the availability of AIR 1.5 for Linux.Now web developers can use the AIR SDK to create applications that works on Linux,Mac & Windows without any changes.

Adobe as decided to foucus on three Linux open distributions – Ubuntu, Fedora & openSUSE

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Cross-platform Adobe AIR applications & Best Practices

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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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