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Articles tagged Adobe Integrated Runtime

Tour de Flex Hits the Ground Running
For the seasoned Flex developer, we’ve been accustomed to using the Flex Component Explorer as a reference. However, this is set to change with a great new application called Tour de Flex. Tour de Flex is a desktop application, built using AIR, with the goal of providing a way to explore Flex’s capabilities and resources, including the core Flex components, Adobe AIR and data integration. Read more – ‘Tour de Flex Hits the Ground Running’.
Preventing SQL Injection in an AIR Application
SQLite is a mostly ACID-compliant relational database management system contained in a relatively small (~500kB) C programming library. The Adobe AIR runtime includes the SQLite embedded database for use by Adobe AIR applications. This allows applications to run and store data locally and or synchronise the datastore with online repositories. Read more – ‘Preventing SQL Injection in an AIR Application’.
Adobe AIR for JavaScript Developers – O'Reilly Pocket Guide
Mike Chambers announced at the onAIR tour London event last week that he would be releasing an electronic version of the Adobe AIR for JavaScript Developers pocket book, by the publishers O’Reilly, under Creative Commons licence terms. Well, good to his word, you can download the pocket reference from the Adobe onAIR website. Read more – ‘Adobe AIR for JavaScript Developers – O'Reilly Pocket Guide’.
Adobe's Expanding Online Empire
Adobe is slowly but surely increasing its online presence with the addition of four web-based tools; Buzzword, Share, Photoshop Express and Brio. Although these four applications currently function independently from each other, they have very similar user interfaces and with a small amount of work, these tools could be tied together, offering a new and unique online suite worth noticing. Read more – ‘Adobe's Expanding Online Empire’.
More Than Just Hot AIR – Single Site Browsers
Adobe Integrated Runtime is more than just hot air, it traverses the previously unexplored space that exists between the Web and desktop applications. Up until very recently, the void between the Web and the desktop seemed like a schism that could not be crossed. But since AIR's 1.0 release in February this year, a whole host of other applications are emerging to compete with AIR in the single site browser space. Read more – ‘More Than Just Hot AIR – Single Site Browsers’.
ActionScript 3 RIA Reference Guide
The ActionScript reference for rich Internet application development provides an alphabetical reference for all native ActionScript APIs for the Adobe technology platform runtimes: Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR—as well as the Adobe Flex framework APIs. Use this guide both as an API reference and a tool to learn about the ActionScript APIs available within the runtimes. Read more – ‘ActionScript 3 RIA Reference Guide’.
Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out
Since the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) was released at the end of February, we now have a stable platform on which to build desktop applications with our existing web skills. A number of people have already started and the Adobe AIR Marketplace is filling with AIR applications by the day. So what is the big deal? Read more – ‘Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out’.
Why Silverlight? Microsoft Explains…
Silverlight aims to compete with Adobe Flash and the presentation components of Ajax. It also competes with Sun Microsystems' JavaFX, which was launched a few days after Silverlight. Read more – ‘Why Silverlight? Microsoft Explains…’.
Refactoring the Web with Mozilla Prism
Both Web 2.0 and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) almost always depend up on the browser as a common denominator. It is with the web browser that web-based applications are accessed and run, yet the browser model is rapidly reaching its limitations. Prism is part of an experiment by Mozilla designed to bridge the divide in the user experience between web applications and desktop applications. Read more – ‘Refactoring the Web with Mozilla Prism’.
Adobe MAX Europe 2007
From the Adobe MAX Europe 2007 website itself. Join us for MAX 2007 Europe, a unique opportunity to connect with the Adobe community for an educational and inspirational experience that can't be found anywhere else. Read more – ‘Adobe MAX Europe 2007’.