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Adobe AIR applications can be distributed in a number of ways, including but not limited to:
BlackBerry Tablet OS:
Starting with AIR 3, publishers have the option of including a captive copy of the runtime with their application installation package. This copy is used exclusively by the associated application, and always installs and uninstalls as part of the application itself.
Can we build an AIR App(one code base) that can work on Android devices, iOS (iPad), run as a web application and desktop application?
Hi, I’m using AIR 3.4. I was trying to create an apk for Amazon with AIR sdk embedded using -captivate option like that:
adt -package -target apk-captive-runtime -airDownloadURL http://www.amazon.com/gp/mas/dl/android?p=com.adobe.air
But I’m getting this error:
Option -airDownloadURL can be only used with -target apk, -target apk-debug or -target apk-emulator
Is there any way I can use -airDownloadURL and apk-captive-runtime at the same time?
Is there a way to deploy Adobe Air package via Group Policy or SCCM?
Hi , I also need confirmation on deploying AIR application on desktop.
Can I bundle my app and separate AIR installer in my installer package ,
I have created single installer package which I add AIR installer runtime as well as other installer that required by my application.
I use installation software to do that.
In my city some newpapers reported that have the option of including a captive copy of the runtime with their application installation package. This copy is used exclusively by the associated application, and always installs and uninstalls as part of the application itself lioa