By Joseph Lott, Kathryn Rotondo, Samuel Ahn, Ashley Atkins, Max Jackson
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14 shows what the application looks like. You've just written your first (albeit simple) AIR application using Flash. This is just the starting point. Now that you’ve seen how easy it can be to create an AIR application, you’ll build more complex, sophisticated, and useful applications throughout the book. 14 The Flash quick-start application allows the user to navigate the local file system. 11 Summary In this chapter, we started from the premise that you didn’t know anything about AIR, and by the end of the chapter you built your first AIR application(s) using Flex and/or Flash.
3, this option is selected. 4 The Navigator pane listing the files for a new AIR project tion descriptor XML file. 4 shows the Navi- lists the source files for the AIR gator pane from Flex Builder listing these files for a application as well as the descriptor XML file. new project. Building AIR applications using Flex Builder 17 Of course, you can edit the descriptor file in the way that you learned earlier in this chapter. You can also edit the main MXML file and add additional files as described in the next section.
QuickStartAIRApplication. Save the Flash file, and test the application. You should see a listing of the desktop files and directories. If you double-click on an item in the list, it’ll refresh with the contents of the new directory if you’ve double-clicked on a directory. 14 shows what the application looks like. You've just written your first (albeit simple) AIR application using Flash. This is just the starting point. Now that you’ve seen how easy it can be to create an AIR application, you’ll build more complex, sophisticated, and useful applications throughout the book.
Adobe AIR in Action by Joseph Lott, Kathryn Rotondo, Samuel Ahn, Ashley Atkins, Max Jackson