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Adobe AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) with Ajax: Visual QuickPro Guide by Larry Ullman

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Chapter 3. AIR Development Tools

Chapter 2, “Creating an Application,” walks you through developing AIR applications using HTML and JavaScript. Doing so requires the installation of the SDK (Software Development Kit), which includes the AIR Debug Launcher (ADL) and the Air Development Tool (ADT). Along with these tools, that chapter shows how to use any text editor to write the application’s HTML and JavaScript. If you’re the kind of person who prefers a simple text editor, continuing to follow those steps for developing and building AIR applications is fine. Some people, however, prefer to use more sophisticated development tools—two of which are covered here.

This chapter demonstrates how to write, test, and build AIR applications using two different ...

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