Flash Player 11 beta 2 now available on Labs. This update provides added stability.
Now, there is a wiki to get help on all your AIR-related questions.
Use this Wiki to find answers to all your AIR problems. You can also contribute to the Wiki by either posting new questions or by adding more information to the existing solutions posted by the community. All contributions are encouraged.
A beta version of AIR 2.7 is now available on Windows and Mac. The key features include:
- Media Measurement
- Acoustic Echo Cancellation
- Enhanced HTMLLoader API
Adobe has updated their AIP app to provide official support of 3.0, giving you more awesomeness on your Honeycomb device. The full update list taken from the market:
- AIR 2.6 adds support for Android 3.0 and the latest Android tablet devices as well as improved performance, updated Android gesture support, and improved handling of HTML content within AIR apps.
- Latest improvements include:
- Smoother video delivery
- Faster rendering and animation of games
- Support for the latest Android system gestures
- Tighter visual integration between Flash and HTML content
In Flash Builder 4, I used to follow these steps to create an ActionScript AIR project:
- Go to File > New > Flex Project.
- Create a project as usual, making sure “Desktop” is chosen as the Application Type.
- Rename the default application MXML file to something temporary.
- Create a new ActionScript file with the name of the application (and make sure it extends Sprite).
- Right click on the new ActionScript file, and choose “Set as Default Application.” This renames the application descriptor file accordingly.
- Delete the old temporary MXML file.
Not very smooth. Fortunately, in Flash Builder “Burrito” (still a preview release), there’s an ActionScript Desktop (AIR) project. To create an ActionScript AIR project in “Burrito,” all you have to do is:
- Select File > New > ActionScript Project.
- Set up your project as usual and make sure the “Application Type” is set to “Desktop.”
The Adobe team work hards to add new features in flash players. They are
1) LSO(Local storage object): To allow user to clear LSOs from the browser settings.
2) Working on redesign on Flash Player Settings Manager. To access the Flash Player Settings Manager directly from your computer’s Control Panels or System Preferences on Windows, Mac and Linux, so that they’re even easier to locate and use.