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is it possible to convert an Animate CC .fla file published for HTML5 into an AIR application directly ?

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Everything is in the title !

But I can tell some more : I was formerly publishing in flash with AS3, and I switched to Html5 + JS to do the job for browsers.

Now I'd like to make some desktop apps (or for mobile), I noticed it was possible in a cross-platform way (just like Java) with AIR. I knewed that but never investigated before. So I went to an Adobe site's page, saying that it was possible even with html5 + js coded Animate CC applications. It does'nt really look so straight forward as claimed. When I try to convert my app, all the javascript code is just ignored.

I'm really a noob on that matter, it would help me to have such replies : "no you can't, forget it" or "man, you just have to learn, why not begin with ...."

Should I go back to AS3 again ?

Thanks a lot to you all !

Erik

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air does not use javascript so you'll need to manually convert all scripting.

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is it possible to convert an Animate CC .fla file published for HTML5 into an AIR application directly ?

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Everything is in the title !

But I can tell some more : I was formerly publishing in flash with AS3, and I switched to Html5 + JS to do the job for browsers.

Now I'd like to make some desktop apps (or for mobile), I noticed it was possible in a cross-platform way (just like Java) with AIR. I knewed that but never investigated before. So I went to an Adobe site's page, saying that it was possible even with html5 + js coded Animate CC applications. It does'nt really look so straight forward as claimed. When I try to convert my app, all the javascript code is just ignored.

I'm really a noob on that matter, it would help me to have such replies : "no you can't, forget it" or "man, you just have to learn, why not begin with ...."

Should I go back to AS3 again ?

Thanks a lot to you all !

Erik

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

air does not use javascript so you'll need to manually convert all scripting.

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air does not use javascript so you'll need to manually convert all scripting.

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does this mean that we cannot use javascript when publishing for ios or android apps?

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using animate, correct.

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ok thanks !

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you're welcome.

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